Tickets and tours
Save money by buying your Eden Project tickets online, or by arriving at Eden using greener transport. A family of two adults and two children can save £10 through buying a family ticket online.
|15% off||Green discount|
|Ticket type||On the door||Online advance ticket**||If you walk, cycle or
take public transport***
(60 and overs,
|Children aged 5–16||£13.50||£11.50||£9.50|
|Children aged 0–4||Free||Free||Free|
|Family ticket (two adults and two children)||£68||£58||£52|
|Book online||Buy your ticket
on the door
To qualify for the online advance ticket discount you must pre-select a date to visit and purchase these tickets by midnight on the day before your visit at the latest.
Receiving your advance tickets
Your tickets can be posted or emailed, but if you don't have time to receive them by post or have access to a printer, simply select the 'collect at door' option and quote your six-digit reference on arrival at the Eden Ticketing Hall. You could also present this ticket reference number to staff on your smart phone.
Included in the ticket price
- A full day's entry to Eden's gardens, Biomes and education centre.
- Annual Pass allowing free entry to Eden for a year.****
- A ride on our land train.
- A feel-good contribution to Eden's charitable work.
- Car parking and shuttle bus rides between the Visitor Centre and the outer car parks.
If you would like to buy a copy of our Visitor Guide Book before you visit, you can get it from our online shop.
Please note, the normal admission price does not include ice skating, SkyWire flights and certain other seasonal events. Any extra costs for activities are detailed on the webpages about those activities.
Free entry to Eden for
- Under 5s: Free during public opening hours – there's an extra fee for our special events such as concerts and skating.
- Carers: One per disabled person – just let us know in advance if you plan to attend an out-of-hours paying event.
- Eden Friends: They can even bring their own friend for free. Find out how to join.
- Eden Annual Pass holders: Simply activate your Annual Pass.
- Locals' Pass holders: Find out about the offer.
- Residents of Devon and Cornwall: Find out who can visit for free during certain weekends this winter.
Children aged 0–13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Discounted tickets bought online cannot be combined with any other offer.
People who are unemployed, on Job Seekers Allowance, Income Support, Incapacity Benefit or Employment Support Allowance can get in for half price (ie £11.75). You must bring evidence of your status: for Job Seekers Allowance this means your ES40 signing-on card; for other allowances and benefits this means a letter dated within 6 months of your visit.
* Full-time students of any age – please bring your student identification with you.
**These tickets cannot be used on the day of purchase; a nominated visit date must be selected on the day of purchase. You must purchase these tickets by midnight on the day before your visit at the latest.
*** Buy tickets on the door to receive this discount – if you arrive by public transport (ie bus or train), you will need to present a ticket with a valid destination (ie Eden for bus tickets; St Austell, Par, Luxulyan or Bugle for train tickets) that is valid for your day of entry to Eden.
**** If, instead of paying our daily admission price, you choose to make the Eden Trust a gift of the same amount, you will be able to exchange your admission ticket for an Annual Pass to Eden.
Blue Peter Badge holders (between 6-15 years old) can enter for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult. Please bring your badge and ID card.