12th March 2019

What is on at Eden this Spring

Open year-round with discounted tickets available from the hotel's reception the Eden Project has a dedicated spring programme of events, perfect for everyone!

Some of our favourite activities include:

16th March - 17th March - The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  • Follow the trail around our indoor Biomes where you'll discover a new piece of the story each step along the way. As kids fill in their trail sheet, they'll learn about the fascinating lifecycle of the butterfly.
  • Settle down for a magical storytelling session with Eden Storytellers.
  • Try out craft activities inspired by the beautiful illustrations:
    • Make your own grass sprouting seed caterpillar
    • Make your own butterfly wings
    • Make a caterpillar string puppet
    • For older children – make your own wind-up fluttering paper butterflies

Up until 17th March -  Plan Bee Art Exhibition

  • Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art presents new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees (Apis mellifera mellifera) and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.

New Permanent Exhibit - Invisible Worlds: Ocean

  • Explore the beauty and diversity of invisible ocean life through stunning imagery, film and soundscape. This permanent exhibit is the latest in Edens Invisible Worlds Series.

Hangloose at Eden

For the adrenaline junkie!

  • Skywire - Englands longest and fastest zip wire!
  • Gravity - a 20m giant cliff swing!
  • The Drop - 33ft of free fall simulation with the best views! 
  • Freefall - the worlds first commercial freefall onto an airbag
  • so much more available!

Open weekends in March, Hangloose opens 7 days a week from April.