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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...more
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There are plenty of things to see and information is good especially for children. It was a October visit first on Saturday which was busy,and again on Monday ,which was a bit quieter.We wonder if it gets too busy in the summer months. Several staff...More
Visited whilst away with our 3 year old son. Biomes are big and plenty of paths to walk around, although very little to do for small kids within the biomes. The core has some play areas and the dry ice sculpture which amuse us for...More
We decided to go to Eden for the afternoon, it ended up being a very expensive day and we got very little out of it.
We visited on Thursday November 8th.
We arrived around 12.30.
We pre booked our tickets the night before online. We...More
The Eden Project is, and always has been a wonderful place for education. The planting in the rain forest biome is amazing, and produces some real wow moments for my children. The Core building has recently been revamped and the exhibits are interesting, however they...More
A park and ride goes to eden, a very good idea. It was very slow going through the entrance, we had bought tickets online, which are normally scanned. Amazing, how this was all thought out and made, very cleverly done. The rain forest was quite...More
Eden project is a very relaxed feel gardens. Under cover in a fantastic setting. Beautiful waterfall in one half, does feel extremely warm in this half so be prepared, although they do have a cool room you can stand in for a while. In the...More
We visited the Eden Project as part of a coach trip in October. The weather was beautiful so we were able to stroll around the outside gardens as well as the bio-spheres. Pictures of the Eden Project don't do it justice. The bio spheres are...More
An absolute gem off a place! Wonderfully helpful staff. As a wheelchair user I was able to get one of their electric wheelchairs to use..(booking in advance is advised as during high summer they tend to run out of them!)
The bio domes they have...More
We visited as a party of five adults between 33 and 62, some are interested in gardening, others not so much. That really didn’t matter. The Eden Project is beautiful!
Our tickets are valid for 1 year and I would love to go back and...More
Hi, Blue Badge holders may park in certain car parks, which makes accessibility a little easier. There are car park attendants directing people into the car parks so if you have any concerns, they are always very helpful... More
Hi, Blue Badge holders may park in certain car parks, which makes accessibility a little easier. There are car park attendants directing people into the car parks so if you have any concerns, they are always very helpful. The main paths are wide and mainly smooth, although some are made from wood. This means that walking is relatively easy and chairs and scooters should be more than okay. The zig zagging path also means that access to the flowers and biomes shouldn't be too difficult, especially in a motorised chair or scooter. It may be a little bit tiring on the way back up if you have a manual chair but there is a little land train that could make life easier. The food halls are a little tight in terms of manoeuvre and quite busy; however, there are tables outside and if you are travelling with someone, you could sit outside while they battle the queue. If you turn up to the food hall before 12 (it starts serving at 12), you'll be at the front of the queue if you choose to go in yourself. I'm afraid I don't know about the toilets but the Eden project web page does have a side linked to accessibility. I hope you have a beautiful time :)
There are designated areas for blue badge holders, park and ride bus from car parks which is free. Its quite hilly down to the biomes and main areas but there is a land train. Plenty of walls or benches to have a rest. Its... More
There are designated areas for blue badge holders, park and ride bus from car parks which is free. Its quite hilly down to the biomes and main areas but there is a land train. Plenty of walls or benches to have a rest. Its really busy though