Eden Project's Experience Blogs
If you’re exploring the Eden Project this summer, look out for a special place at the heart of our Wild Cornwall area that’s dedicated to love poems. Step inside the bell tent and you’ll be greeted with a cascade of beautifully decorated bottles full of messages, complete with a delicious soundscape of poems read aloud [...]
Why not treat your mum to a special experience this year? If she’s into gardening or loves chocolate, these unusual Mother’s Day gift ideas might be right up her street. Become a gardener for the day Designed for one special person only, this is a unique opportunity for your mum to spend the day working [...]
Sit back with a hot drink and enjoy the magical pictures of the Eden Project in the winter in the audio slideshow below. Don’t forget to turn your speakers on or plug in some headphones, or you’ll miss out on the music. Whereas the snowy pictures at the beginning were taken in the harsh winters [...]
I don’t think you’re meant to just walk round Eden going, ‘Mmm, nice lemons, cool Biomes.’ You’re meant to think about it. Author Richard Benson on why Eden is such a challenge. I know that on someone’s tenth birthday you’re supposed to say only loving things about them, but I can’t do that for the [...]
Our popular Ice Rink is open once again. Book your skating session early to avoid disappointment! The Rink will be at Eden until Sunday 27 February 2011, so you’ve got plenty of time to slide down and have some icy fun. For full details of opening times and prices, see the Eden Project Ice Rink [...]
Visitors to the Eden Project’s Rainforest Biome will soon get a chance to climb way above the treetops and enjoy a unique bird’s eye view of the biggest greenhouse in the world. The Rainforest Lookout is a new aerial platform at the top of the 150-foot-high biome – taller than the Tower of London – [...]
The Eden Project in Cornwall has installed a helium balloon to allow gardeners to fly around the towering canopy of the Rainforest Biome.
Homeless people and prisoners on day release have created the biggest garden ever seen at the Chelsea Flower Show. Five hundred people supported by 43 homelessness agencies and 50 from eight prisons have teamed up with gardeners from the Eden Project to grow and plant the Places of Change garden, led by award-winning designer Paul [...]
Pull up a chair for the second Big Lunch on Sunday 18th July.
The Guardian’s Ian Tucker writes about our Places of Change garden. Read on for the full article! “”The appeal of horticulture for me is that at the beginning you have a flat canvas, a barren bit of land that no one has got any interest in, but you get your heads together and create something,” [...]