Dubbed as the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Eden Project is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches. Discover the story of plants that have changed the world and learn which could change your future as you enjoy a whole day exploring the sights, smells and sheer scale of the world's largest greenhouses. Uncover everything that Eden has to offer; from the breathtaking location and stunning gardens, to the giant Biomes, all in the heart of Cornwall. Enjoy over 30 acres of outdoor planting, including hemp, tea and lavender. Find the hidden Eden and seek out the areas lots of visitors don't discover; Wild Cornwall and The Spiral Garden, or why not visit the Global Gardens? See how allotments vary around the world and pick up some tips and inspiration to grow your own. You are sure to enjoy your time in Cornwall visiting the incredible Eden Project.
Need to Know
On arrival you will need to hand in your voucher to admissions in order to exchange it for two access all passes to the Eden project. You'll be able to visit the Rainforest Biome, trek through the steamy rainforests of Malasia, West Africa and South America, all in the world's largest conservatory situated in the Cornish countryside. Travel to South Africa and California in the Mediterranean Biome and walk amongst orange and lemon trees, old olive groves and gnarled vines. With a year round programme of exciting events and a constantly changing landscape, there is always something new to see no matter when you visit. From colourful displays of spring bulbs to den building in the summer holidays and ice skating in the winter, the Eden Project is a place of beauty and wonder.