Eden Project, Bodelva
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Glad we can say we've been to the world famous place but maybe that's why we were disappointed. Too high expectations maybe The Core is fun n interactive. Very interesting reading. The Rainforest and ... read more »
Nous avons laissé la voiture et fait la descente à pied vers l'entrée ce qui nous a permis d'apercevoir les bulles par intermittence. Le passage aux caisses a été un peu long, si vous avez la possibil... read more »We left the car and made the descent on foot toward the entrance allowed us to see the bubbles intermittently. The move to unions was a little long, if you have the ability to anticipate, avoid Sunday and buy your ticket ahead of internet. The bubbles are very interesting with two atmospheres and totally different Mediterranean and exotic plants. More animation for the children with dinosaurs was available during our visit. The passage to the shop at the exit to find many Gardening Tools, products of beauty and other gadgets to complete this beautiful day.show original
Went with the GF on a nice day. The Eden Project is a funny one - it's impressive, informative and an enjoyable way to spend to 2-3 hours. However, how they can charge £25 per person is ridiculous - £... read more »
An absolute blast of a place to visit. I thought it was quite a small affair - I was so wrong. You can easily spend a whole day. The domes are the main attractions - the tropical one has a host of plants and creatures. Make sure you check out the canopy view - but there's plenty of other gardens and bits to look at. Lots of places to eat with really high quality food. Great parking and clean toilets. I'll be going back next time I'm in the area.
Brilliant adventure to be had here keep an eye out for all the free!! events for children. Easy to get round for all abilities. Food and drink prices on par with all other places I have been too and here they seem to not mind you bringing your own food. We come at least two/three times a month and my 3 under 5s love it.
As fantastic as it looks in the brochures. Very well thought out. You need to give your self plenty of time to visit this place. A Nature lovers paradise. Both inside and out this place is an inspiration. We took our time, enjoyed the catering both between the domes and in the Mediterranean dome its self. Like being away abroad! The Tropical Dome is great. Although most things are on the pricy side you do get good value. recommend Visited April 2016
Definitely a great experience. Difficult for disabled people. Good to take the train for an easier transfer from the top to the gardens, that it's helped a lot. It is still under construction now in 2016 but it's promising more. You must take your time if you want to enjoy the best because it's a large surface and you will want to see more. We bought lovely coffee beans plants and special dark chocolate. I like the idea and I like the project. Definitely I support the sustainable projects and this project is celebrating life on Earth!
A great afternoon out, the Mediterranean biome is the clear winner in the "comfort stakes", but the whole setup is very impressive and very well managed, it's errr like Eden tbh. We got the yearly tickets and hope to return next year... Believe it or not hopefully on an overcast day!
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