The Eden Project is planning to reopen on 17 May 2021, subject to the latest Government guidance. Timed entry tickets for 17 May onwards are available to pre-book online. Our online shop remains open.

You’ll find all sorts of educational and ethical gifts in our main shop, many of which have been sourced from or inspired by plants and the natural world. We’ve things like toys, books, clothes, chocolate and coffee, kitchenware and ornaments.

We have a fantastic collection of plants, too, to help you create a little piece of Eden in your own garden.

Everything you see in our shops has a story to tell and ticks at least one of the following boxes:

Things made of plants: If manufactured in a sustainable way, natural products can have a lower environmental impact than stuff created from virgin plastic or metal.

Fairly traded goods: Eden looks for goods where workers are treated with respect, fairly paid, properly equipped and given access to education and medical care. Fairly traded products also mean minimum environmental standards are adhered to.

Recycled products: Buying recycled means that fewer minerals have to be extracted from the ground, fewer ancient forests are in danger of being chopped down and there are fewer precious materials deteriorating in a landfill site.

Products that promote sustainable living: We like to sell things that help people live happier, greener, more active lifestyles. For example, our reusable jute bags encourage you to refuse plastic bags when you're out shopping.

Local goods: Our commitment to local sourcing helps to reduce carbon emissions from transport, boost local livelihoods and is a way of sharing our own success with the local community.