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Eden Project

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Bodelva PL24 2SG, England
+44 1726 811911
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Another lovely day out.....

We had another day at the Eden Project. A lot of new things to see and plants to buy. We... read more

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653sylvia55
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Bulkington, United Kingdom
Interesting, beautiful day out

Eden project was interesting with it's wide variety of plants, biomes and interesting facts. I... read more

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Trek through the world's largest indoor rainforest, take in the sights and smells of our Mediterranean Biome, and explore our huge outdoor gardens. At the Eden Project you'll discover the fascinating relationships between plants and people. You'll also find a full calendar of family events throughout the year and music festivals in the summer. As an educational charity we run transformational social and environmental projects locally and internationally.
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  • Very good28%
  • Average15%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible4%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Bodelva PL24 2SG, England
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Reviewed today

We had another day at the Eden Project. A lot of new things to see and plants to buy. We thouroughly enjoyed our day out here.

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Reviewed today

Eden project was interesting with it's wide variety of plants, biomes and interesting facts. I liked the rainforest biome the best, where you could see bananas and pineapples growing, plus there were birds and insects all around so you did feel like you were in...More

Thank Sarah L
Reviewed today

In the wrap, they have taken a disused quarry of no value to anyone, and turned it into Eden. The biomes are the centre of this fantastic place, and elicit thoughts of colonies on far off planets and moons. I took three hours, knowing I...More

Thank Steve W
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Very impressive and all the plants are beautiful. The place is spotless and the architecture is stunning. We went outside of the school holidays and it was getting to be uncomfortably busy and it was hard to see things due to volume of people. Based...More

Thank michelleiow1986
Reviewed yesterday

Took my husband to look around as he had never been before and it had been 15 years since I was here. Lots more to see and the tropical dome had grown so much. The Mediterranean dome was coming on nicely too and the new...More

Thank Fiona R
Reviewed yesterday

We first came in 2000, six months after opening and were so looking forward to seeing it today, especially the dry zone which when we went was literally a dome full of sand and gravel with very small cacti in. As a lover of cacti...More

Thank Janet R
Reviewed yesterday

My wife and I visited the Eden project for the first time during a recent stay in Fowey. (June15th). Arrived a bit later than we would have liked due to a wonderful Hotel breakfast, and road signage to the park which seemed to take us...More

Thank RandC48
Reviewed yesterday

spectacular as well as educational place to visit 496089063 This place has the wow factor for me. it is set in an old quarry, although there is a land train you can catch to take you down to the biospheres and back. Plenty of free...More

Thank Lolli T
Reviewed yesterday

You need a full day to visit here. I bought a combined ticket online as I wanted to see the lost gardens of heligan too and this saves you a bit of money or they offer 10% off your ticket for advance purchasing for just...More

Thank HolsTripper
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We wanted to visit but were a bit unsure about whether the kids would enjoy it. I was also a bit unsure about paying the price if the children didn't enjoy it. Fortunately I got in free as my daughters carer and my other daughter...More

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Hi we're coming in the next day or two. My son will only eat certain foods we've made for him is there pack lunch area inside or picnic areas where we can feed him
June 23, 2017|
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Response from Jokey-jules | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there were plenty of places dotted about to have picnics.
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T B
Has anyone tried a pasty from the pasty snack bar which is mentioned on their website? If so - was it good quality and was it expensive? thanks
June 3, 2017|
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Response from ZadeeSays | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I didn't eat a pasty. The food was inexpensive compared to other tourist attractions.
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Coral V
I am visiting Cornwall from South Africa in July with my daughter and grandson How does one book in advance ? And the entrance fee? I believe there is a ticket at a discounted rate if one visits both Eden Park and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. What is the cost of this ticket ?
May 9, 2017|
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Response from TomT659 | Property representative |
Thank you for your enquiry. It is cheaper to buy admission tickets on line via our website than here at Eden. Sorry, we aren’t allowed to list our website address here but you will find it on the internet and all prices... More
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