Getting here by bus or train
- Nearest railway station: St Austell (on London Paddington to Penzance main line)
- First Bus 101 from St Austell railway station
We'd love you to come to Eden using public transport, so if you do we'll offer you a reduced entry price when you arrive.
See the links below for bus and train times. You can also plan your journey using the Traveline South West website or by calling their helpline on 0871 200 2233.
If you take public transport to Eden – or walk or cycle – you can get in for the following discounted prices*:
- Adults: £24.50
- Seniors (60+): £22
- Students: £19.50
- Children 5–16: £11
- Family ticket (two adults and two children): £59
Bus service that stops at Eden
By bus, Eden is a half-hour bus ride from St Austell railway station. The following service stops at Eden:
- First Bus 101: St Austell railway station – Eden
Route 101 timetable
Railway stations near Eden
We are just a few miles from St Austell railway station, which is on the main line from London Paddington and is well served by buses to Eden. You could also take the train to Luxulyan, Bugle or Par, for a more scenic journey or to continue your trip on foot or bike.
Continue your journey on foot or bike
There are plenty of off-road tracks to explore around the Eden Project. Here are some ideas.
*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. This discount is only available on the door and not available on advance tickets bought online. It applies to standard admissions and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.