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Eden Project

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Bodelva PL24 2SG, England
+44 1726 811911
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Most dissatisfied with the overpriced food, had two pasties and one sausage roll, couldn't believe... read more

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St Austell, United Kingdom
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After hearing a lot about the Eden project i finally got the chance to visit. Its a great... read more

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Mark D
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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.
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good27%
  • Average15%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible4%
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“rainforest biome” (782 reviews)
“land train” (291 reviews)
“annual pass” (297 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Bodelva PL24 2SG, England
+44 1726 811911
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Reviewed today via mobile

Most dissatisfied with the overpriced food, had two pasties and one sausage roll, couldn't believe the rip off price, nearly £12 and the sausage roll was under cooked and pasties cold, price of the same in St Austell about £7 and proper pasties too. Be...More

Thank cornishpair101
Reviewed today via mobile

After hearing a lot about the Eden project i finally got the chance to visit. Its a great educational experience. The Mediterranean and Rain forest Biome are the main attractions, but there is so much more. We went ice skating and didn't even go on...More

Thank Mark D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We bought the tickets online with 10% off regular price. Yes, still on the expensive side, but come on, the place is amazing and probably not easy to maintain. It is very educational for all ages. The bioms are huge and filled with interesting and...More

Thank Henus
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Clean week looked after. Staff are everywhere but not intrusive. Came with two 4 year olds and a 18 month old. They loved it, there was no hassle getting around. Will definitely return.

Thank Liam K
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited during Feb half term, entrance fee we thought a touch on the high side. The main attraction was the rainforest biome, it was nice to see, other than that there was a real lack of interaction from the staff at various points around...More

Thank Fiz A
Reviewed 4 days ago

I visited in January- the outside temperature was just above freezing so even the tropical biome was bearable that day. There was a lot of planned maintenance going on, with some displays missing or being renovated, so some disappointment- but still the full price is...More

1  Thank weekenderinthesun
Reviewed 4 days ago

We were a little worried that February may mean not much to see but after a discounted entry due to Tesco Clubcard we decided it was worth trying. Definitely did not disappoint. Although the core building was closed there was so much else to see...More

Thank lsgoldblatt
Reviewed 5 days ago

I enjoyed visiting here when it wasn’t heaving with people. The highlight was the rainforest biome. I loved walking around it, and reading all the information. There is so much information to take in! I recommend dressing appropriately – even in February it was warm....More

Thank HellyWelly93
Reviewed 6 days ago

We visited twice in December for the Festival of Light and Sound - it was amazing. We were mesmerised by it all. The sounds along with the light beams were fantastic. Staff as usual were very helpful and dinner in the restaurant was very tasty....More

Thank Tracey R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We brought our children (aged 5-11) to visit the Eden Project during February Half Term, prompted by our Year 6 child's recent homework to make a biome! As we live too far away to visit for a day or weekend we were reluctant to make...More

2  Thank Rel17
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February 10, 2018|
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Response from Amie G | Reviewed this property |
The majority should be in bloom at the height of summer tho this will change according to the climate which has been interchangeable of late. My snowdrops have been out for a while now but in previous years they wouldn't be... More
Anna B
January 29, 2018|
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Response from ELHeath | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at The Rashleigh arms in Charlestown which is just 10 minutes from the Eden project. It’s a coastal town with tall ships in the harbour where they film lots for TV apparently. We had a lovely time and the hotel... More
Sonny R
January 2, 2018|
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Response from dihorton | Reviewed this property |
Im afraid not. The eating area is huge. Everyone sits at bench style tables. There was no problem in getting a space to eat your food, and it was quite nice to talk with those visitors around you..