Easter at Eden
Go wild this Easter at Eden. Join us for three weeks of fun and frolics for the whole family.
Coronavirus update: the Eden Project is open as usual with no change to visiting hours, in line with UK Government, environmental health and tourism industry guidance – read more.
Make friends with incredible seven-metre-high inflatable artworks, the ‘Intrude’ bunnies by Parer Studio. These playful, thought-provoking inflatable artworks will be invading Eden throughout the Easter holidays.
Explore the great outdoors with the whole family and play a game of gofindit, in partnership with the Sensory Trust – grab your cards from the collection point and use all your senses to explore our wonderful array of plants and flowers in this natural treasure hunt, and earn tasty chocolate treats.
Listen to the Eden Storytellers in our Citrus Grove, telling magical stories of this wonderful world of life and the incredible journeys they take. Times: daily at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
And come and help our Eden Storyteller travel through time and explore the changing colours of our Planet Earth. Times: daily at 2:30pm.
Win a set of gofindit card games!
We've teamed up with our friends at the Sensory Trust to offer a great activity this Easter at Eden, based on their gofindit card game. If you take part at Eden, you could win a pack of gofindit and gofindit too by taking a photo of one of your nature finds and posting it on Instagram with the hashtag #Edengofindit
Would your child prefer to visit us during a ‘relaxed session’ instead? These take place before our site opens to the public and are designed to welcome visitors who may benefit from a more informal experience, such as those with autism and sensory or communication needs. All Easter activities will be open for the children to take part in. We'll include further dates and information on this page nearer the time.
'We brought our son who has autism to the relaxed session and he had a brilliant time. The staff were excellent and the activities were lots of fun.'
Marilyn, 2018 Facebook comment