The Eden Project is an unforgettable experience in a breathtaking location - a global garden and a place of beauty and wonder. The world famous architecture and art draws inspiration from nature and it is nature you will learn much about during your visit. The Eden Trust try to ensure every visitor leaves the experience knowing something more about their connection to the world and the radical changes that are happening to the Earth. There is plenty to see, including the Rainforest Biome where you can go on a fascinating journey into the humid tropical regions. Explore the Mediterranean Biome where you can find plants that grow in Mediterranean-type climates. Take a trip into the gardens and discover what makes up three quarters of Eden’s plants. The Core is the Eden Projects Education Centre, which is where you'll find fascinating facts and information about airplanet. Rediscover what puts the ‘great’ into the ‘great outdoors’ and visit the one and only Eden Project.
This experience entitles admission for two adults to the Eden Project. On arrival you will need to present your voucher at any cashier booth located at the entrance and exchange them for two tickets. Without your voucher you will not gain admission. Please note some Biomes and exhibitions close early for maintenance on selected dates throughout the year.
The Eden Project will be closed on Sunday 2nd June.
The Eden Project is open Monday to Sunday throughout the year, excludes Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. There is limited availability from January to February.
You can spend as much time as you wish at the venue during opening hours.
This voucher is for two adults, there will be other people there on the day.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
There will be some walking involved around the site.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
James from Purchasing, September 2018
An interesting day out exploring different plants form around the world. The biomes are incredible, especially the tropical rain forest, and the range of different plants/trees and scenery is amazing. Even though the weather wasn’t great we still managed to spend 3-4 hours exploring both of the biomes. There are plenty of places to eat, we had some tasty sandwiches in the café which were very reasonably priced. If I had more time on the day I would have definitely had a go at the zip wire, which is England's longest and fastest zip wire, it looked great fun!
There is lots of walking so make sure you bring your walking shoes!