Eden Project Tickets & Hotel Deals in 2019 [Updated]

The world’s largest indoor rainforest delivers the wow factor and combined with fun and educational activities helps to create a great family-friendly excursion.

In this guide we’ll show you how to save on tickets and if you need a place to stay, the best hotels near the Eden Project Cornwall.

Eden Project Tickets & Discounts

If you go online to the Eden Project at least one day before you visit the attraction and know the date you’ll be visiting, you can get 10% off entry prices.

When booking in advance, you can get an adult ticket for £26 (£28.50 at the gate) and a child ticket for £13.50 (£15 at the gate).

If you donate the cost of your ticket to the Eden Trust when booking, you’ll get free entry for a year.

You’ll only pay £26 for a year’s entry – you’ll have to have your photo taken at the attraction as the pass can only be used by one person.

Hotels Near The Eden Project

YHA Eden Project

With rooms made from shipping containers, YHA Eden Project is located 15 minutes’ walk from the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Kids will love this quirky hotel. Also a great cheap overnight stay option.

The Britannia Inn & Waves Restaurant 

Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a large beer garden and terrace with a children’s playground. The Eden Project is only 2 miles away, plus stunning beaches and coastal paths are just a 10 minute walk away. 

Best Western Fowey Valley

Located just a 10-minute drive from the Eden Project, this family-friendly hotel in Lostwithiel offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor heated poolfree parking, and an on-site restaurant. Family rooms available.

Sea Breeze Apartment

This whole self catering apartment can sleep up to 5 people so good for larger families. It is set high on an exclusive development with stunning sea views over St Austell Bay. Only a few minutes’ drive from the Eden Project.

Porth Avallen Hotel

On a spectacular clifftop location offering a 180 degree sea view over Carlyon Bay. Set in award-winning gardens, this privately owned hotel is family-run and has the cosy ambience of a country house by the sea. Family rooms available. 2 miles from The Eden Project and the beach is nearby.

Like saving money? We search up to 200 hotel sites to help you save up to 30% – show hotels near The Eden Project.

Eden Project

Where is The Eden Project?

Eden Project is near to the town of St Austell in the county of Cornwall in South West England.

The full address is Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell, Cornwall, PL24 2SG, UK.

When is the Eden Project Open?

Opening Times:

27 Feb – 27 Mar 09.30 – 16.30
28 Mar – 30 Oct 09.30 – 18.00
Closed: 24 & 25 December

Last Entry: 1 hr 30 mins before close.

About The Eden Project

Since it opened in 2001 The Eden Project has seen over 10 million visitors pass through its doors.

Set just 3 miles from the beautiful town of St Austell the Cornwall attraction is truly unique being home to the world’s largest rainforest in captivity.

With a great choice of hotels near the Eden Project to choose from it is the ideal break away.

Not only is there a plethora of beautiful plants and greenery to explore but the Eden Project also plays host to a number of events, exhibitions and story-telling which adds an extra special touch to your visit.

Adventurous types can have a go on England’s longest and fastest zipwire, take the plunge from a 12m platform or take on the giant swing which swings at 65ft over a cliff edge.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break exploring the biomes or an adventurous activity break, or a mixture of both, Eden Project has something for everyone.

10 Reasons to visit The Eden Project

  • The world’s largest rainforest in captivity with steamy jungles and waterfalls
  • Cutting-edge architecture and buildings
  • Stunning garden displays all year round
  • World-class sculpture and art
  • Evening gigs, concerts and an ice rink in the winter
  • Educational centre and demonstrations to inspire all ages
  • Brilliant local, fairly traded food in the restaurants and cafes
  • A Rainforest Aerial Walkway, where you can take a stunning walk among the treetops
  • Living example of regeneration and sustainable living
  • Free land train pulled by a tractor.