Head to the Forest Biome to experience the rainforest conditions and natural offerings you’d find in Malaysia, West Africa and South America, including a banana plantation. Take to the the skies on the Canopy Walkway where you walk across the Biome to get an alternative view of what goes on.
Take a journey through the Mediterranean Biome to find out how the food we eat is grown or discover the types of plants you may see on your family holidays.
Experience the thrill of wind in your hair and the most fantastic views below on the adrenaline-fuelled SkyWire zip wire; Englands longest and fastest. Or why not try out the Gravity: giant swing or Big Air freefall jump. All suitable for children aged 8 years and over and additional costs apply.
Take kids to The Core, Eden’s Education Centre, where children’s workshops, exhibitions, talks and events take place, including den-building in summer and ice-skating in winter. It is also home to The Seed, a 300-million-year-old hunk of Cornish granite, thought to be the largest sculpture in history to be made from a single piece of rock.
Seek out the imaginative children’s play areas dotted around, keep an ear cocked for the impromptu storytelling sessions, and hunt out the trails with their hideaways, stepping stones and sandpits.
During the winter months, an ice rink comes to the Eden Project as does the winter festival where kids can meet Santa and his elves.
Check out the ‘What’s on’ page for events throughout the year and in school holidays. And sign up to the Eden Project newsletter for updates on kids and family events.