Monday, April 27, 2015 - 11:30

An incredible journey inside the human body awaits visitors to the Eden Project this May half-term (Friday May 22 to Sunday May 31).

Strange Science is all about what keeps us healthy, how we process food and the billions of bugs which look upon us as their world.

A giant inflatable stomach will allow visitors to follow the journey of food as it makes its way through the body.

Kate Francis, Eden’s programme producer, said: “Strange Science is all about body bugs and bubbling mixtures.

“It is the kind of science we know children love – they will be able to conduct mad lab experiments and even make their own slime.

“We are sure ‘guts and gasses’ will be a hit as we explore how the body processes food and the science behind its less savoury by-product – loud emissions.”