The Eden Project will reopen on 17 May 2021. Timed entry tickets for 17 May onwards are available to pre-book online. Our online shop remains open.


School trips to Eden

Find out why students and teachers enjoy their educational trips to Eden so much!

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Activity overview

Teams play, learn and work together to complete the challenges and win back their friends’ freedom.

What happens: An original Eden story inspires pupils on a learning journey in our Outdoor Gardens. In order to complete their quest and release kidnapped Ken and Barbie, they’ll need to take part in physical games and challenges and use their senses to explore the world around them in unusual ways. They’ll create poems, gather resources and prepare powerful potions to transport them safely back to reality.

Skills and curriculum links

This Workshop enables pupils to:

  • focus on successful teamwork and collaboration
  • respond creatively to a stimulus using poetry and craft materials
  • use creativity and imagination to solve challenges

Practical information

  • a facilitated 2-hour outdoor session with our Education Team 
  • full, free access to the Eden site for the day 
  • all equipment needed to complete your challenge 
  • a personal welcome from the Education Team on arrival 
  • a base for your bags in our purpose-built education centre, The Core 
  • a space to eat your own lunch 
  • free entry for accompanying adult helpers, whose participation is essential to the success of the day (please note, our maximum adult/pupil ratios are as follows: KS2 and KS3, 1:10)
  • a free preparatory visit to Eden for teachers wanting to plan their school trip, which should be booked in advance
  • Find out the steps we’ve taken to ensure that all participants on Eden Project school visits are safe, with our covid-secure operating procedures