Nestled deep in a china clay pit near St Austell, the Eden Project is a world-renowned visitor attraction with year-round events, gigs, exhibitions and much more.
Two large biomes occupy the majority of the plot, each housing the largest rainforest in captivity, with fascinating plants on display from tropical islands, South East Asia, West Africa and Tropical South America. Visitors can enjoy the warm, tropical heat of the biomes, making it a fantastic wet weather option for the family throughout the year.
In addition to the two biomes, there is plenty to see and do at this world-famous visitor attraction. You can discover the outdoor gardens and sculptures, follow the ‘Discovery Trail’ and experience the Rainforest Canopy Walkway, as well as visiting the on-site Baobab Bar, Eden Kitchen restaurant or the Coffee House for a cup of something hot, and delicious cuisine prepared by some of the region’s most up-and-coming chefs.
Adrenaline junkies can make full use of the zip wire, giant swing and freefall jump, each set in the unique rural surroundings of this spectacular location.
The Eden Project is not just a visitor attraction, it is a one-off concert venue in its own right. It has earned itself a solid reputation for staging some of the most celebrated acts from across the globe, from Grammy-award-winning international artists through to some of the UK’s most successful bands and musicians.
The Eden Project is also a fantastic location for local communities, offering year-round seasonal events for adults and children, such as Christmas ice-skating, storytelling, workshops, botanical art courses and much, much more.
For more information on the Eden Project, visit http://www.edenproject.com