Eden Project Ticket & Hotel Deals
Bodelva, St Austell, PL24 2SG.
- Over 10 million visitors since opening in 2001
- The world's largest rainforest in captivity
- Pick from thrilling activities including zipwire and a free fall jump
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Eden Project Breaks
- Eden Project ticket and hotel from £75pp
- Discover a host of tropical plants and beautiful waterfalls in the Rainforest Biome
- Go above the treetops on the rainforest look out
- Enjoy some alfresco-style dining at the café
About the Eden Project
Since it opened in 2001 The Eden Project has seen over 10 million visitors pass through its doors. Set just 3 miles from the beautiful town of St Austell the Cornwall attraction is truly unique being home to the world's largest rainforest in captivity. With a great choice of hotels near the Eden Project to choose from it is the ideal break away.
What Makes it Super
Not only is there a plethora of beautiful plants and greenery to explore but the Eden Project also plays host to a number of events, exhibitions and story-telling which adds an extra special touch to your visit. Adventurous types can have a go on England’s longest and fastest zipwire, take the plunge from a 12m platform or take on the giant swing which swings at 65ft over a cliff edge. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break exploring the biomes or an adventurous activity break, or a mixture of both, Eden Project has something for everyone.
Eden Project Reviews
Stay Date: 05/2019, LizzieLivo wrote this review.
Such a lovely variety of different plants to look at, prepared to get your walking shoes on! Also food is very expensive so recommend to bring your own.
Such a lovely variety of different plants to look at, prepared to get your walking shoes on! Also food is very expensive so recommend to bring your own. Collapse
Re-visit from 2000
Stay Date: 05/2019, desertwillows wrote this review.
We always said we wanted to come back several years later to see the planting in the domes mature. We weren’t disappointed. We travelled by train and bus - terrible connections were the only disappointment.
We always said we wanted to come back several years later to see the planting in the domes mature. We weren’t disappointed. We travelled by train and bus - terrible connections were the only disappointment. Collapse
Return visit to the Eden Project
Stay Date: 05/2019, Laurence771 wrote this review.
We had last visited the Eden Project six years ago and it then provided the wow factor, on our return visit that was simply not the case. Generally not much has changed, not many new attractions and what there was were for younger children. The two… See more
We had last visited the Eden Project six years ago and it then provided the wow factor, on our return visit that was simply not the case. Generally not much has changed, not many new attractions and what there was were for younger children. The two domes or nomes are still interesting but again we didn’t see that many new trees, shrubs or plants than that of our first visit. At £28.50 pp the entrance it’s not a cheap place to visit, although your ticket provides a years entrance it’s highly likely that if your not on holiday in Cornwall you wouldn’t be coming back within the twelve months so it works out quite expensive for a days visit. I think the Eden Project is perhaps somewhere that is once visited it maybe not be worth returning unless of course you’ve got your years pass to provide free return entry. Collapse
Sunny day at Eden
Stay Date: 05/2019, Helen D wrote this review.
I visited briefly on a coach tour several years ago, but had always wanted to return on my own to explore in my own time. Good and easy parking with the option of a "park and ride bus" down to the entrance - or a short walk. Not the cheapest day ou… See more
I visited briefly on a coach tour several years ago, but had always wanted to return on my own to explore in my own time. Good and easy parking with the option of a "park and ride bus" down to the entrance - or a short walk. Not the cheapest day out - but I had a Gardeners World discount card so paid £22.80. And got a card for a free return pass valid for 12 months. The initial sight of the domes as you walk through the doors is amazing - and gives you a great insight into exactly what has been achieved here. I explored outside firstly and enjoyed the educational elements of the planting, with information on what and why, and its effects on the environment etc. I went into the Rainforest dome firstly - loads to look at and absorb, from info on rubber and banana plantations, to info on rainfall etc. Loved the tropical planting and the huge waterfall - and was interested to see the introduction of wildlife into the area too. My one gripe was the rope bridge - despite there being a small "no entry sign" at one end of the bridge to ensure everyone walked over it the same way, people either didn't see it or chose to ignore it, so I had to walk backwards off the bridge three times before I could cross. Same thing happened in the Mediterranean Dome, where there was a small walkway planted with herbs behind the cafe - this was one way, but again people were entering it via the "no entry" end, which made it congested. Perhaps the signs need to be bigger ? I was also a bit disappointed to see a cafe area in the Med dome - the smells of food and the noise etc distracted from the point of it in my opinion. And despite the signs asking people not to feed the birds, I witnessed loads doing just that....... As you can tell, I am not a rule breaker !!! I loved the orange and lemon trees and the grape vines, and the stunning Aoniums and other succulents in the Med dome. After a coffee break I continued to explore outside, walking to the far end of the site and going up onto to the bridge, which gave a fabulous outlook and views of the domes etc. as well as a close up view of the zip liners flying overhead. The outdoor planting is superb with a mix of traditional and more exotic, from roses to Aliums and Clematis. I finished my day with a walk round the plant centre, which looked to have a good selection of healthy plants for sale, including some more exotic specimens seen in the domes. Then I ventured into the gift shop which was loud and chaotic due to school trips...... but I can remember the excitement of having money to spend on a souvenir ! Loads of stuff in the gift shop - tote bags, tea shirts, toys, food, indoor plants, eco friendly products and a great selection of books on horticulture, natural world and plants. To sum up I did really enjoy my day - my over riding feeling is still one of amazement as to what was achieved here in turning an unused clay pit into something so fabulous. It did feel a tad commercialised from my last visit 11 years ago, but maybe that's just me getting older ! If I holiday in Cornwall again at any point I would visit again as like to see how these things evolve - and I love gardens and the natural world. All the staff I came into contact with were friendly and polite - great qualities to have when working in what must be a very busy environment. Collapse
Amazing. And what a treat to see Dick and Dom
Stay Date: 05/2019, DangerousPaddy wrote this review.
This was a lovely day out capped out with a show from Dick and Dom. To see what they have achieved in the ruins of an old quarry is truly amazing. Well worth a look.
This was a lovely day out capped out with a show from Dick and Dom. To see what they have achieved in the ruins of an old quarry is truly amazing. Well worth a look. Collapse
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