Eden Project: gardens in Cornwall
In Cornwall, in the middle of a disused clay pit, is the Eden Project. The domes of the five gigantic bubbles with honeycomb walls seem strange at first glance. But the huge greenhouses house thousands of plant species. Come and marvel - one of the largest indoor rainforests awaits you. Walk through the tropics of South America, West Africa and Asia. The perspective changes on the path at 50 meters, which leads you through the treetops of the jungle and provides unique views over the entire area. This experience will help you better understand the importance of the rainforest.
World tour through the plant world
Get ready for a little trip around the world, experience Europe, America, Africa and Asia in just one day in the various greenhouses. Far away from the typical English gardens, the Eden Project offers a tropical holiday feeling. In addition to lemon trees and olive trees, discover the Bacchante sculptures in the Mediterranean greenhouse, which are celebrated exuberantly in a vineyard. Also marvel at the numerous flower species that look like a soft blanket. From Geraniums over poppy up to the Protea Zuckerbusch the variety of the plants leaves nothing to be desired.
Visitor information Eden Project
In tropical temperatures between 18-35 degrees Celsius there is a partial humidity of 90% in the greenhouses, so not for the faint of heart. In the afternoon many visitors are leaving, so it is quieter and you can also save on admission. If you arrive after 15:30 on foot, by bike or bus, discounted entrance fees apply.
Address: Bodelva, Cornwall, PL24 2SG