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Family walking across wobbly bridge in Eden's Rainforest Biome

Planning your visit

A day at Eden is a real adventure. The indoor Biomes and the gardens outside cover roughly 30 acres and take about four hours to explore. The site is brimming with facilities to make your visit easy and enjoyable. 

The paths of Eden climb up and down the slopes of the former clay mine, but there are plenty of places to sit and rest on the way, and toilet facilities, which are flushed by recycled rainwater. And – a little tip – our indoor Biomes are covered in a material that transmits UV, so don’t forget the sun cream!

Pandemic

To find out how we're keeping our visitors safe during the pandemic, please see our FAQs.

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Planning your visit

Make your visit more eco-friendly

  • Bring a water bottle – we have lots of taps around our site.
  • Help us recycle by sorting your waste at our clearly labelled recycling stations. Our food waste is composted to feed our plants!
  • Try a meat-free day with the delicious vegetarian and vegan options in our cafés.
  • Visit us by bus, train, car-share, bike or on foot.
  • Charge your electric car at the charging points in our car parks.
  • Use your wallet as your weapon by checking out the ethical goods on sale in our Shop.
Children on Cloud Bridge in Rainforest Biome at Eden Project

Visiting with kids

Get suggested itineraries and tips on bringing your kids to Eden.

Family walking dog in Outdoor Gardens at Eden Project

Bring your dog

You can bring your dog to Eden to explore the paths in our Outdoor Gardens (but not our indoor Biomes).

Person pushing person in wheelchair in Western Australia Garden at Eden Project

An accessible attraction

We aim to provide a great experience for all ages, abilities and backgrounds. You can get around Eden on fully accessible routes, including to the rainforest canopy. We have accessible parking spaces and toilets (including a Changing Places toilet), personal assistants get in free, and manual and powered wheelchairs are available for free.

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