- Available to buy 1 Nov 2017 – 5 Mar 2018
- Unlimited access to Eden until 31 October 2018
- Sign up via Direct Debit and save an average of 15%
Our Locals' Pass offer returns in November, when residents of Cornwall and Devon can buy a pass giving them unlimited access to the Eden Project until 31 October 2018.
Why get a Locals' Pass?
- Get unlimited entry to one of the biggest visitor attractions in the South West until 31 October, while saving up to 30% on an admission ticket (when paying by Direct Debit)
- Enjoy a range of free events year-round – from family programmes to specialist interest events*
- Explore our gardens and Biomes as they change throughout the seasons
- Treat yourself to a free day out on your doorstep, enjoying our gardens, Biomes, shops and cafes, whenever you like
"A brilliant investment, as every time we visit there's something new to discover."
Locals' Pass holder
"We buy the Locals’ Pass for our family of 4… It's brilliant for a few hours, or something to eat from the fabulous restaurant which is amazing value. We go about 8 times a year and haven't had a bad visit!"
"Knowing we have Locals' Passes is brilliant. The children enjoy the freedom to be able to explore and we love the fact that this amazing place is right on our doorstep."
Locals' Pass holder
How to get your Pass
Passes are available to buy online and onsite between 1 November 2017 and 5 March 2018, via a cash or card payment or Direct Debit (save on average 15% more by signing up to Direct Debit).
If you already hold a Locals' Pass for 2016/17, this will expire on 31 October. If you are registered to pay by Direct Debit, we will be contacting you before 1 November regarding your renewal.
Prices for 2017/18 Locals' Passes
|Type of Locals' Pass||Price|
|Annual Direct Debit*||Cash/card payment|
*your first year's Locals' Pass is paid for using a credit/debit card
Start date and expiry
All 2016/16 Locals' Passes (bought since 1 November 2016) are valid until 31 October 2017. All 2017/18 Passes (available from 1 November 2017) will expire on 31 October 2018.
On-site activation / proof of residency
When you first visit after buying your Pass, you will need to come with the appropriate forms of identity, chosen from the list below:
Proof of residence with photo ID
Ideally, you should bring one piece of identity that shows residence in either Devon or Cornwall (i.e. postcodes starting with TR, PL, TQ or EX), and has your photo on, such as a driving licence or bus pass showing your current address.
Non-photo proof of residence plus photo ID
If your photo ID does not show your Cornwall or Devon address (i.e. if this residence is not your primary address, or if it is a bus pass or work badge and does not show your address), please also bring in additional proof of your residence in Cornwall or Devon, such as a utility bill.
Three forms of proof of residence
If you have no photo ID at all, please bring three pieces of identity that show residence in either Devon or Cornwall (i.e. postcodes starting with TR, PL, TQ or EX), such as utility bills.
Proof of residency for children
Buying a Locals' Pass for your child as well? Simply bring them along with you, and we'll use your own proof of residence. If you're sending them along with an adult who doesn't live at your house, please get them to bring in your own proof of residence.
Adult Locals’ Pass holders (over 16s) will be photographed upon activation of the Pass, and the image will be securely stored. These images will only be used for identification purposes when arriving on site, and to prevent misuse of the Locals’ Pass.
All Passes are non-refundable.
Your Locals' Pass cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and remains the property of Eden Project Limited.
Locals’ Passes are not valid in conjunction with School visits. Locals' Passes are non-transferable, once registered.
Pass holders may also be asked to confirm proof of identity when re-visiting using their Locals' Pass.
Passes may be cancelled and the holder refused entry if the holder is unable to confirm proof of identity to match their pass on subsequent visits.
Passes may not be re-sold.
What to do if you've lost your Pass
If you've lost your Pass but it is still valid and you would like to visit us, we will be able to help you at the Visitor Centre admissions desk. Please bring along a form of identity (a photo-card driving license is best). Please arrive a few minutes early when you visit so that we can look you up on our system.