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About The Eden Project
Take your family on a sensory tour of the world - without ever leaving the UK.
The Eden Project, in Cornwall, is one of the top attractions for family days out. It boasts the largest indoor rain forest in the world, so prepare yourself for the heat of the Tropical Islands, Southeast Asia, West Africa and Tropical South America. It also includes a canopy walkway, allowing amazing views from among the treetops.
Slightly cooler is the Mediterranean Biome, with 1,000 varieties of plant and a herbal aroma in the air. The 20-acre outdoor gardens are full to the brim with plants, sculptures and play equipment, with terrific vistas.
The SkyWire is England's longest zip wire, covering 660 metres and travelling at speeds of up to 60mph, while SkyTrek is a high ropes trekking course with intricate crossings. There's also Vertigo, Britain's first 360-degree swing, Gravity, a giant swing and The Drop, a leap of faith from 10 metres over a cliff edge.
Eden Project's cafes sell breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and seasonal menus, and there is ample parking - just walk to the entrance or use the park-and-ride bus. There are three free fast charging points for electric cars, or you can pay to use Superfast charging points. If you come by bike or on foot, your entry price is reduced.
There is ample free visitor parking at Eden.
Accessible parking spaces and toilets are available, personal assistants for disabled visitors get in free and manual and powered wheelchairs are available for free.
All of the site's toilet buildings have unisex baby changing facilities and the catering outlets have high chairs and team members can warm bottles for you. Breast-feeding is welcome and private space can be found.
Eden Project serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea every day, using locally sourced ingredients where possible, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free food.
I've visited here many times and its just wonderful.
It was good to see such a good collection of plants and flowers from across the world. Theres plenty to do and see, we would return.