Eden Project represents a complex of outdoor gardens with plants from across the world. The tropical garden houses plants found in the, not surprisingly, tropical climate, like coffee, bananas, and papaya. A canopy walkway allows you to have a look at the rainforest and learn about it from a different perspective. The Mediterranean section grows olives, aloe vera, tulips, palm trees, and other species from that part of the world. At the park's main building, you can watch educational movies and attend community workshops and gardening lessons. Make Eden Project a centerpiece of your Bodelva vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Bodelva itinerary planner .
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Eden Project Reviews
Nicola_E_3August 21, 2017
After reading previous reviews on here, we were pleasantly surprised to only have to queue for 5 minutes to get in - we visited on a drizzly Sunday at around 11. The park and ride bus service from the... more »
Bill MAugust 21, 2017
Plenty to look at here for anyone interested in the plant life of this planet. The space exhibition was pretty good too, with details about each planet and a mock up of that planet's surface. There we... more »
DairyFreeBaby AAugust 21, 2017
We went early in the season. Am not sure whether I would return in high season, as it felt like we were jostling for space with other visitors in some parts of the exhibits - particularly in the biome... more »
A great day out. So much to see, the plant Biomes are spectacular. Food is a little pricey. My 7 year old grandson really enjoyed The "Core" full of information about our Planet and How food is produced. Needs a long time to see everything.
CHASING ORGASM. Roland J. Ruttledge
A fabulous day out...will return in the summer. A must visit for the whole family. Highly educational. Well organised. Easy access. Great food.
We enjoyed our time here. I don't think I would have been happy paying full price (£79) but with me being my daughters carer and my other daughter getting in free with her blue peter badge it made it more reasonable. They were offering a year membership which was good value for your admission fee so if we lived local I would have done it. We only really got to explore the bio domes as the weather was horrendous, strong wind and heavy rain. I really enjoyed the rainforest and the Mediterranean dome was lovely too. I am glad we went! Didn't eat in the café so can't comment. The walk is quite far from the car park to the entrance, had I of known I would have asked to park closer for my daughter. On the way back we discovered the bus to drop you off at different car parks so that was welcoming. There is a land train too, which takes you from the top to the bottom and back up again which was handy.
£27 per person I think is far too expensive. Yes the biosphere's are very interesting but are definitely not worth that price. The project also has vast gardens with winding paths & I think the National Trust have gardens that are just as interesting & not so expensive.
If you're a regular traveler to Cornwall, you simply have to put this on your list of places to visit. As you walk down the winding path to the project and it first comes into view, you can't help but be impressed. To fully appreciate the Eden Project, you really do need to allocate a whole day. Plenty to see, and do, and many choices of food and drink at reasonable prices.
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