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Eden Project, Bodelva
(3.7/5 based on 8,000+ reviews on the web)
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  • Admission prices are extremely high if you don't have a discount (Tesco vouchers or other deals) and if we had spent £25 each to go in we would have felt very short-changed. However, if you don't pay ...  more »
  • I am glad I went. It is incredible what has been achieved with an old quarry in 17 years and we really enjoyed experiencing the different plants and climates in the biomes. I have travelled to several...  more »
  • Amazing biomes, beautiful tropical and Mediterranean planting taking you all around the world in a few hours. Loved the shop too. Staff very helpful and felt that the dog was safe in the 'orange' car ...  more »
  • Great place for adults And kids over 8 at least ( not for the little ones) Reason being... it's Very educational and they need to be old enough to be able to understand and implement The domes are magnificent and great for plant enthusiasts! We went when the dinosaurs were there. So a must see in that aspect
  • Great family day out. Been going for years, and have only just discovered how many amazing things that there are too see around the site without even going in the biomes. It's well worth exploring around!
  • Loved it. Thought it was going to be pants but it wasn't. Very interesting, loads of info and things to do. We saw half of it, I reckon, and could easily go again. The canopy walk is fantastic, but expect queues (and the stairs are wobbly!)
  • Fantastic day out. We had an absolutely great guide (Lewis) who helped to show off the very best parts of the park. We all thoroughly enjoyed the day. Recommend for families too. :-)
  • I had heard great reviews and so we made the 2 hr journey with a 2 and 4 yr old. I've got to say it was a disappointment for the children. The dinosaur part had just finished and it was preparing for the ice skating, so it was sparse and empty. I felt we were short changed. Thanks goodness the children were free but it still cost us £50 to look around a great nursery! If you are planning on visiting, i think its probably best to go in the school hols when apparently they always have great theme on for kids, otherwise be prepare to be a bit disappointed !