How Do You Get To The Eden Project?


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The Eeden Project can be found near St Austell in Cornwll. It is a large scale project thought up by Tim Smit and has fast become one of the most popular attractions in the UK.

It consists of two huge transparent domes, each housing plant species from around the world. The domes simulate natural biomes, with the first containing a tropical environment and the second a warm environment.

To travel to the Eden Project, there are regular train and bus services as well as plenty of car parking.

Cyclists are welcome and for those that do use this method of travelling there, a £3 discount is offered as well as lockable storage for the bike. Eden is on the National Cycle Network. Walkers also receive a £3 discount

By rail, the nearest station is St Austell which is 4 miles away. Direct services to London, Wales, the north of England and the rest of Wales all go through the station which is one of the busiest in Cornwall.

There are buses from St Austell and from other parts of Cornwall as well. Eden has a coach park where the buses arrive and depart from.

The nearest airport is Newquay International Airport which has flights to and from London Gatwick, London Stanstead, Leeds Bradford, Dublin, Birmingham, and Durham Tees Valley airports. There is a twice daly direct bus service from Newquay Airport to Eden plus other buses from Newquay to St Austell.

Finally by car, you'll find Eden near both the A30 and A38. By motorway, the M5 turns into the A30 and eventually you come to the Inns Downs roundabout from where Eden is signposted.

There is plenty of parking available, although due to the size of the site, you may need to use the free park and ride bus or take a short walk.

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