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A guide to visiting the Eden Project in 2021

Are you planning on visiting the Eden Project in 2021?

Well, you will be delighted to hear that the family attraction is planning to reopen shortly, subject to the current UK government guidance.

The award-winning Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s most popular stops for visitors to the area, consistently ranked as one of the UK’s best attractions. The Eden Project is designed to connect visitors to the natural world and showcase humanity’s dependence on plant life. Housed in massive biomes nestled in a crater the size of 30 football pitches are tropical rainforests, olive groves, vineyards, waterfalls, and lush gardens, all just waiting to be explored.

In addition to the biomes’ spectacular gardens, the Eden Project also includes breath-taking outdoor gardens and a host of other attractions, including England’s longest and fastest zip wire, an aerial assault course, and a hair-raising giant swing that plummets at speeds of up to 50 mph over a cliff edge.

Keep on reading to learn more about visiting the Eden Project 2021, including how to stay safe during your visit as well as where to stay!

Visiting the Eden Project, 2021

When is the Eden Project re-opening?

Subject to government guidance, the Eden Project is scheduled to re-open on Monday, May 17th 2021. The park will be open to timed-entry ticket holders only, so make sure to book in advance and arrive on time to ensure entry into the Eden Project.

What safety measures will be in place at the Eden Project in 2021?

In accordance with government guidelines, there will be a host of safety measures at the Eden Project to ensure everyone enjoys a safe visit. Just some of the safety measures in place include limited visitor numbers to help maintain social distancing, enhanced cleaning schedules, one-way systems, as well as protective screens where needed. Additionally, the Eden Project is currently contactless and cashless to further help reduce the risk of COVID transmission.

Will I need to book ahead to visit the Eden Project?

Yes, you will need to book ahead to visit the Eden Project in 2021. To help maintain social distancing measures, the Eden Project is allocating pre-booked timed slots. To ensure entry, you must pre-book in advance and arrive on time.

What are some of the best resorts to stay at near the Eden Project?

There are some great resorts within striking distance of the Eden Project. One of the best is CLC Trenython Manor, a grand resort with breath-taking views of St. Austell Bay, located less than 5 miles from the Eden Project.

This elegant resort boasts a selection of accommodations, including self-catering lodges that offer a home-away-from-home. The lodges are dotted throughout the grounds of Trenython Manor and provide a superb array of amenities, including a kitchen with fridge/freezer, washing machine and dryer, and flat-screen TV. Guests can also enjoy the resort’s full-service spa and restaurant. Even better, your four-legged friend can enjoy your UK staycation courtesy of the resort’s, available in select lodges.

For a fantastic day out, make sure you mark your diary and plan a visit to the Eden Project in 2021.