Eden Project

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General Information

The Eden Project is a nature project situated in Cornwall, England. The project which opened in 2001 consists of two dome-like structures that house thousands of tropical plant species, each enclosure resembles a natural biome. Inside one of the biomes is a rainforest environment that is based on the Mediterranean rainforest. The project also has botanical gardens within its grounds. The Eden Project gives people a history of plant life and a knowledge of how people relied on plant life and how we can use plant life for a sustainable future. It is a place to appreciate nature and has become a heavily visited sight.

Getting there

By car, the Eden Project has its own car park that is available for visitors to use. The closest train station to the Eden Project is ‘St Austell’ railway station, you can take the 101 bus from there to the project.

Opening Times and Admission

The Eden Project opens at 9 am and closes at differing times on different days which is usually 4 pm, 6 pm or 8 pm, it is advised to check before you travel. Admission to the project is set at £27.50 for adults, £22.50 for students and £14 for children, if you book online in advance you will receive a discount on those prices.

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  • Eden Project, Bodelva, Par PL24 2SG, England
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Posted: 9 Sep 2019, 12:30



Odd and great


Find it odd that you can walk through a mediterranean rainforest in the uk but you can and its great. The Eden Project is a must visit, so much going on in terms of nature and so many different environments from across the world that have been replicated and are thriving.

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