The Eden Project
The Eden Project
The world famous Biomes, which include the largest conservatory in the world. Learn how a clay pit was turned into a paradise and find out how it is run in ways that won’t harm the planet. Explore the Core, the stimulating education centre, with a roof based on the structure of a sunflower.
Discover plants that have helped humanity since the dawn of time, including things you’ve only heard about like Hemp and Tea explained in engaging ways.
Trek through steamy jungles, past shacks, waterfalls and plantations in the largest rainforest in captivity, with a tree canopy of almost 50 metres high!
Travel to the Mediterranean without leaving the U.K. You’ll find perfumed citrus orchards, olive groves and delicious Mediterranean food all enclosed in the second Biome.
World class art installations across the site make Eden a huge outdoor gallery.
First and foremost it’s a garden, the most amazing garden you’ll ever see!
Free shuttle buses run from the Car Park to the visitor centre. A free land train runs throughout the day, lifts are also available. Shuttle buses and land trains accommodate wheelchairs. Both manual and powered wheelchairs are available for visitors.(booking of powered wheelchairs is essential) Guide dogs welcomed – visitors are not encouraged to bring dogs, other than guide dogs, as they are not allowed on the main site however a very limited number of shaded car parking spaces are available on a first come first served basis.
Tickets can be purchased in advance from St. Austell Tourist Information Centre saving 10% on each ticket- enabling fast-track admission-no queues!! If you gift aid your ticket will be up-graded to one that gives you 12 months free admission too!
Allow at least 4 hours when you visit Eden. www.edenproject.com