The Eden Project - explore the world in a day
The Eden Project is an educational charity, established to bring us all closer to the world we live in, and work towards a better future for the environment. Its famous attraction Near St Austell, Cornwall is made up of massive biomes, plays host to the world’s largest artificial rainforest, and a huge range of stunning plants and fascinating exhibitions. A truly unique attraction, this is one day out you’ll never forget!
Hang loose at the Eden Project
Aside from its fascinating array of plants, visitors to the Eden Project can enjoy a brilliant day of adventure activities run by their partners at Hangloose Adventure. Soar above the project’s biomes on the Skywire zipline, plummet (safely) at 50mph on the giant swing, or freefall 25m onto a giant airbag. This hugely popular experience is a must for any adrenaline junkies visiting the Eden Project.
A walk around St Austell
St Austell is a true Cornish gem - an area scattered with interesting things to see and do. Enjoy a pint of first-rate beer at the St Austell Brewery, wander around the historic seafront of Charlestown, or go for a day of family fun at Cornwall’s unique Football Golf. First visit to Cornwall? There’s few places that capture the spirit of the area quite like St Austell.
Planning a trip to the Eden Project? Travelodge St Austell Hotel is quarter of an hour away by car, and Travelodge Bodmin Roche Hotel can be reached in under 20 minutes.