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A Day at the Eden Project

Bodelva, England, United Kingdom
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My husband’s cousin told us about the Eden Project. You may have seen it’s geodesic domes depicting an off-planet city in sci-fi movies, but the “park” is actually a large-scale eco and environmental sustainability project.

Once a massive clay quarry, the project is the brainchild of innovator Sir Tim Smit. The domes are Biomes housing the world’s largest man-made rain forest and a Mediterranean climate environment. The cafes and restaurants feature foods that are grown onsite and the gardens are beautiful to walk through.

The Eden Project is an educational charity and learning center. It’s a great place to learn about ecology and sustainability, but it’s also a fun family adventure.
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Transportation

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The Eden Project gives discounts on tickets if you come by public transport or bicycle. If you must drive, take the Trenowah Road from Saint Austell for about three miles and follow the signs.

Entertainment

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Story tellers perform at various times, so check the schedule.

Points of interest

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Eden Project
The Eden Project grows plants from all over the world.
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Eden Project
This sign shows an aerial photo of what the quarry looked like before the Eden Project reclaimed the land.
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Eden Project
The Rainforest Biome gets warmer the higher you go, so it’s a good idea to have a bottle of water with you.

Restaurants

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Eden Project
There are several onsite cafes. We ate at the Mediterranean Terrace Restaurant in the Biome and the food was delicious.

Shopping

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The gift shops have books and Eden Project related souvenirs.

Special activities

Hangloose Adventure (Eden)
Hangloose Adventure is a zip line just outside the Project entrance that features a 45-second flight over the Biomes.

On The Map

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