Questions and answers

Can you take your own food to the Eden Project?

Can you take your own food to the Eden Project?

All our food and drink options can be enjoyed inside or around the gardens as takeaway options. Find out more about eating at the Eden Project. Are you accepting cash? We are operating as a cash-free site.

Where should I eat after Eden project?

178 Restaurants near Eden Project, Par

  • Eden Coffee House. Cornwall, PL24 2SG.
  • Knightor Winery & Restaurant. Par, PL26 8YQ.
  • The Crown Inn Lanlivery. Bodmin, PL30 5BT.
  • Best Western Fowey Valley. Lostwithiel, PL22 0DD.
  • The Cormorant Restaurant. Fowey, PL23 1LL.
  • Q Restaurant at the Old Quay House. Fowey, PL23 1AQ.
  • Fitzroy.
  • Sam’s.

Does the Eden Project have a cafe?

Eden Coffee House This café in the Visitor Centre at the main entrance to Eden serves ethically sourced coffee, other drinks and a delicious selection of pasties and cakes, which can be enjoyed inside, on our terrace overlooking the Biomes, or in our gardens as a takeaway offer.

Is it warm inside the Eden Project?

The Eden Project is home to the largest indoor rainforest in the world, with over 1,000 varieties of different plants and a temperature of between 18-35 degrees celsius.

What should I wear to the Eden Project?

Preparing for your visit Wear comfortable shoes and bring waterproofs if it’s raining – there’s plenty to explore outside. Sunburn: bring sun cream for children as there is a risk of sunburn, even inside the Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes.

Is parking free at the Eden Project?

Free parking onsite There is ample free visitor parking at Eden. From the car parks, you can either walk down to the visitor entrance and ticket desks or take a free park and ride bus (temporarily suspended during the coronavirus pandemic).

What time does Eden Project Open?

Opening times

Site gates open (for parking) Eden closes
6 September – 22 October 2021 9.15am 6pm
23 October – 31 October 8.45am 6pm

How long does it take to get around the Eden Project?

about four hours
You are here: 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.

What is the best time of year to visit the Eden Project?

I would suggest June to September. We went in May and things were just starting to bud. I would also advise a cool day to visit. It gets very hot in the biodomes and there can be a lot of outdoor walking too.

How much walking is the Eden Project?

The Coast and Clay Trails is a 45 mile public access network of tracks and roads around St Austell.