This information is unofficial, but to the best of my knowledge it is correct at 05/01/21
Eden Pictorial Diary from 15th May 2000 opening of the build to the present day.
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Eden is closed to the general public until further
notice due to Covid restrictions.
It will soon be spring again at Eden and with a bit of luck Eden will be open to the public.
Picture from 2011
All visits must be booked online in advance in timed slots.
Please go to Eden's official web site to get FULL information and to book a timed slot www.edenproject.com
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Open most of the year, check opening times
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Fly the Hanglose zip wire if you dare, high speed flight over the Biomes.
The first Eden Marathon, 1/2 Marathon and fun run took place on
The land Train is not operating at this time. There is a one way entry route though the Gardens to get down to the Biomes and a one way back to the Visitor Centre and shop.
The car park persons (they are friendly and well organised) will direct cars as close as they can to the visitor centre, as spaces become available during the day.
Parking for the disabled is available next to the visitor centre.
If you have a dog with you, Limited shade parking is available, there are no kennel facilities at Eden, as yet. There is cycle parking and lockers.
Become a Member of Eden, membership card holders save time and help you get past ticketing quickly there is also priority parking in Orange 2. You also get 10% discount in the shop and restaurants. Not forgetting a magazine posted to your home.
Don't forget to buy a guide book at ticketing as this is not only a good souvenir, but also essential to get the most out of your visit.
Allow yourself at least 5 hours To see around Eden, it's not unusual for visitors to arrive at 10 am and stay till closing.
Bakery which is now fully open offering some of the freshest tastiest food around.
The Bakery is in the Link Building lots of freshly cooked food
There is also the Cafe in the Visitors Centre.
Become a member of Eden and enjoy 10% off restaurant food and shop items.
Looking for a place to stay near Eden - look no further Places to stay near Eden
The humidity and heat in the Humid Tropics Biome is now being kept lower in the day time, when visitors are in there, and boosted at night for the plants benefit.
This makes it more comfortable during your expedition. Inside it's up to 37C at the top by the water fall. Short sleeves and comfortable footwear is recommended.
Limited hanger space in the link Building for your coats etc. Please don't leave any valuables there or any baggage.
A camera takes about 15 minutes ( or up to 1/2 an hour in winter) to acclimatise in The Humid Tropics Biome. A tip I got from a pro was to warm the lens under the hand dryer in the toilets for a good five minutes before going in the Biome. It does work to a degree, but don't melt the camera!
So spend a while taking it all in, before you snap away.
Eden Entry Prices
Adults Advance £26 at the door £28.50
Senior Advance £24 At the door £ 26.00
Student Advance £21.50 at the door £23.50
Children age 5 to 16 Advance £13.50 at the door £15.00
Children age under 5 free
Family ticket 2 adults and two Children Advance £67.00 at the door £75.00
Jeremy and Tania Tel: 01276 852285
Eden Pictorial Diary
The information on this site is not in anyway endorsed by the Eden Project