A magical and unique experience - one of the best gardens in the world.
Size of site:
17 May - 3 Oct 2021
9AM - 6PM
4 Oct - 22 Oct 2021
9.30AM - 6PM
23 Oct - 31 Oct 2021
9AM - 6PM
Pre-booking (time slot entry) required.
Last Entry 4PM
Car park (free)
Yes, there are railway stations located at St Austell (2.6 miles) and Par (1.6 miles) which are both on the mainline from London Paddington. Please check www.nationalrail.co.uk for train times. There are multiple bus routes into Eden from 8 destinations within the First Bus network. Please check /www.firstgroup.com/cornwall/plan-journey/timetables/ for details.
Yes - Children of all ages.
Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).
Free. Manual wheelchairs are available on a first come first served basis. Book ahead for powered wheelchairs and the all-terrain Tramper mobility scooter. These can be booked through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 01726 811911.
Yes - You can lock up your bike.
Please go to edenproject.com/tickets for current prices
Latest ticket price information available on the Eden website. Save money with a Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children), or residents of Cornwall or Devon can get a Locals’ Pass, saving around 50% compared with admission.
Please go to edenproject.com/tickets for the latest information
An open expanse of water, perfect for wildlife - the cool breeze brings welcome relief from summer heat.
Rich with the heady scent of summer, these traditional flowers come in many beautiful varieties.
Delicate fronds unfurl every spring in old tree stumps and wet ground, as they have for millions of years.
With grass at your feet and fruit ripening above, this shady spot is perfect for a hot summer day.
A British favourite, carpeting woodland floors in undulating swathes of green and purple from mid May.
Yellow heads bobbing in the breeze, these flowers carpet the ground as winter ends and spring begins.
White and green flowers burst into life in midwinter, through even the hardest of frosts.
Run your fingers through these plants to release a rich perfume or pick a few leaves to season a meal.
Whether a formal fountain or wildlife pond, water provides space for tranquility and reflection.
As morning frosts begin to set in, the leaves of trees and shrubs light up in reds, yellows and oranges.
Geometric shapes and smartly clipped hedges, with flowers lined up in neat rows like soldiers on parade.
Sculptural plants with beautiful branches and winter colour bring the darkest days of the year to life.
With wildlife in abundance and a verdant canopy above, the woods are a perfect place to explore.
At the tail end of winter through into spring, the boughs of Cherry trees are heavy with beautiful flowers.
Not far from the kitchen table, this well-tended garden is home to plenty of garnishes and salads.
From tiny brooks to wide rivers, with gentle sounds, nature and life even in the depths of winter.
Experience art as you journey through this garden, with interesting pieces arranged outdoors.
Bursting back with fresh colour every year, these flower borders are perfect for pollinators.
In summer this grassland habitat is rich with the buzzing of pollinators and packed with beautiful flowers.
Experience another side of the gardens at night with a festive light trail. Additional entry fee may apply.
Discover a wealth of minibeasts and birds in this special patch - a particular favourite with the kids.