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May half-term: Festival of Imagination

Festival of Imagination is back for another celebration of culture and creativity! Immerse your family in a world of creativity and wonder this May half-term, packed with theatre, dance, music and literature. 

More details to be revealed soon...

Get the best value tickets by booking online! Save money by pre-booking entry to Eden online rather than buying tickets at the Visitor Centre – see our admission prices.

Please note that entry to the Eden Project is not guaranteed without an advanced booking, unless you are a Member or Patron. Visitors to Eden are strongly encouraged to pre-book a time slot in advance of each visit, including Passholders, and those who can visit for free.

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What to expect

Don't miss a mesmerising May half-term and discover a Festival of Imagination across Eden with an abundance of creativity around each corner! From theatre to dance, music to literature, we’re celebrating the joy of exploring new ideas and experiences with fun for the whole family.

Please note, more details will be released soon.

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Resident of Cornwall or Devon? Enjoy Eden with our Locals' Pass available from 1 April

Our Locals' Pass gives residents of Cornwall and Devon unlimited entry to the Eden Project until 31 March 2025, with a significant saving on admission tickets.

Treat yourself to a free day out on your doorstep whenever you like, enjoying our shops and cafés, and gardens and Biomes as they change throughout the seasons.

Our Locals' Passes will be available to purchase from 1 April until 30 June 2024 only. Don't miss out!

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Nature's Playground

We’ve created inspirational spaces for kids here at the Eden Project because we know that outdoor play can improve health, imagination, cognitive skills and self-esteem.

Take your kids around the world, from the Mediterranean to the rainforest, without leaving the UK. They'll love our space-age Biomes, weird and wonderful plants, intriguing artworks and inventive play spaces including our natural adventure play area, Nature's Playground, brimming with imaginative, sensory play.

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∞ Blue (Infinity Blue)

At almost nine metres tall and weighing twenty tonnes, ∞ Blue is an immersive installation that pays homage to cyanobacteria, one of the world’s smallest but most important organisms. 

∞ Blue (Infinity Blue) is one of the world’s largest ceramic sculptures. Come and see if you can catch its vapour rings!

Exhibition included within Eden admission.

Why should I visit the Eden Project

Make memories and a difference to the planet. The Eden Project is a charity. Each time you visit, you help us work in the UK and internationally on transformative projects in the fields of education, community, and ecology.