A couple of weeks ago my friends
headed off to Cornwall and decided they would love to visit the Eden Project. I offered them the opportunity to be my roaming reporters and
take lots of photographs from their visit to feature on my blog, I would relish
the chance to visit myself and it’s on my one day I will definitely get there
list! But for now I can enjoy looking
through all their snaps from the day.
They visit Cornwall quite regularly
but this was there first trip to the Eden Project, they were worried there
children 3 and 6 might not be interested in what was available there, but they
were very pleasantly surprised and they all had the most wonderful and very
The children were happily occupied and intrigued in
their surroundings, it’s a vast space to explore and discover so lots to keep
A chance for children to try new things, Baobab smoothie anyone? Only £1.50 and includes the Baobab powder from Africa’s iconic trees!
Eden Project have a whole section
of their website dedicated to Visiting with Kids so they do want you to be happy when you arrive with your family, they
put on seasonal special events and have fabulous play equipment for your
children to climb and investigate. It
is an educational experience that will really get your children thinking about
the nature and conversation. But its not dry or boring far from it, the exhibitions are so interesting your children might cheer with delight!
If you are planning on visiting
make sure you book your tickets online and save an extra 10%. It would have cost my friends £62 booking in
advance which might sound expensive for a day out but the Eden Project is not
just any day out… no here you are literally immersed in incredible sights you
might never have seen before. The
Rainforest Canopy Walkway is nothing short of spectacular giving you access to
breathtaking views. I know my two would have an amazing time if we went to
Eden Project so I think I do need to visit sooner rather than later.