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Eden Project Adult Ticket only £13.50 @ Red Letter Days
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Eden Project Adult Ticket only £13.50 @ Red Letter Days

£13.50£28.5053%Red Letter Days Deals
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Posted 8th Nov

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • DEAL15 Takes £15 off tickets.
  • Valid for 10 months after purchase
  • 2×adult tickets are available as well, but cheaper to buy individually

I know that in an ideal world you would just support the Eden project and cut out Reletterdays, but as many can't afford their ticket prices (£28.50 on door), this will hopefully allow someone who wouldn't normally to pay a visit

Can get 10% off advanced tickets directly from Eden Project if you'd prefer
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Or do parkrun there on a Saturday morning and get free entry (inc. supporters)
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This is cheaper than a locals pass for people living in Devon and Cornwall 😳
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It's a very lovely place to visit. I have been there.
Or do parkrun there on a Saturday morning and get free entry (inc. supporters)
Tonight’s euro millions ticket allowed for free entry to Eden project and National Trust to celebrate the lottery’s 25th birthday.
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Locals go free this weekend too
WAWG08/11/2019 18:18

This is cheaper than a locals pass for people living in Devon and Cornwall …This is cheaper than a locals pass for people living in Devon and Cornwall 😳Heat added


From what I'm aware, the locals pass is for a years use though!
Great deal!
Do you know for how long is that offer ?
Edited by: "paharito" 9th Nov
Thanks for sharing. Bought two for family members living nearby in Plymouth.
An incredible place. Can recommend a visit if you're unsure. Just be aware that prices for food and drinks are quite high, so I'd recommend eating before / after visiting.
Under the dome
nomnomnomnom09/11/2019 13:24

An incredible place. Can recommend a visit if you're unsure. Just be aware …An incredible place. Can recommend a visit if you're unsure. Just be aware that prices for food and drinks are quite high, so I'd recommend eating before / after visiting.


Are there places to eat a packed lunch?
Nice place to visit if you are within hour/hour and a half away. I wouldn't travel across the country to visit it though.
edanfalls09/11/2019 13:57

Are there places to eat a packed lunch?


Absolutely, you are free to take your own food. There is plenty of seating too.
Eden is great, they put on lots of interesting events for children during the holidays too - embrace/steer clear of as appropriate!
AngelBomber09/11/2019 14:04

Absolutely, you are free to take your own food. There is plenty of seating …Absolutely, you are free to take your own food. There is plenty of seating too.Eden is great, they put on lots of interesting events for children during the holidays too - embrace/steer clear of as appropriate!


Thanks! Unfortunately I'm still in the period where I have to embrace it
Highly recommended. Take in a set lunch deal at Rick Stein's in Padstow.
Cheers bought for next summer holidays
Thank you for sharing, we have added your thread to the Highlights pages
This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more interesting and better days out around there.

The premise sounds interesting but aside from some tropical plants in uncomfortably hot domes there’s not really a lot going on.

Heat for the price but total snooze fest
Jonmurgie08/11/2019 19:08

Or do parkrun there on a Saturday morning and get free entry (inc. …Or do parkrun there on a Saturday morning and get free entry (inc. supporters)


Hell of a parkrun too, until lap 2, then lap 3
Make sure you are not touching anything along the normal footpath or some unqualified teenager working there over the weekend will make a scene in front of other guests. Mist disappointing experience I ever had, will stay with National Trust.
kklown09/11/2019 21:43

This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more i …This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more interesting and better days out around there.The premise sounds interesting but aside from some tropical plants in uncomfortably hot domes there’s not really a lot going on.Heat for the price but total snooze fest


There are probably places you like to visit & really enjoy that other people would find very boring. I personally love the Eden Project as do all of my family & friends that have been there.

I'd happily live on site & still not be bored of the place, I'm looking forward to the new build being finished near me.
The Eden Project is brilliant. I highly recommend it. I initially thought it would be a naff, I was wrong.
Edited by: "joebuckton" 9th Nov
Boring place. Not enough seating area for families. Conveyor belt of camera clicks and yapping children. Lots of prams and push chairs.

Only decent thing is the weed farm on the top of the slope which the place clearly farm as part of their “employee perks”. No joke, the weed farm is clearly marked out and signed as cannibis plant.

Paying to get in is horrific. You should be allowed in for free or they pay you to boost up their popularity.
Edited by: "RickyWong" 9th Nov
joebuckton09/11/2019 22:49

The Eden Project is brilliant. I highly recommend it. I initially thought …The Eden Project is brilliant. I highly recommend it. I initially thought it would be a naff, I was wrong.


Conversely, I initially thought it would be brilliant. I was wrong. It wasn't naff but I was disappointed. Maybe it is down to expectations or perhaps just a case of 'one man's meat is another man's poison'.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 10th Nov
kklown09/11/2019 21:43

This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more i …This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more interesting and better days out around there.The premise sounds interesting but aside from some tropical plants in uncomfortably hot domes there’s not really a lot going on.Heat for the price but total snooze fest


It’s not for everyone I’m sure, but I would definitely recommend it. Went there in Monday just gone, typical didn’t get to use vouchers, but we spent all day there and would have stayed longer but they close at four!

If your in the area you should definitely take a visit, even without a discount
Just saw this too late. Use your Amex card for 25% back.
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kklown09/11/2019 21:43

This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more i …This is a really boring place, it’s overrated in my opinion, lots of more interesting and better days out around there.The premise sounds interesting but aside from some tropical plants in uncomfortably hot domes there’s not really a lot going on.Heat for the price but total snooze fest


We've just booked a holiday for next June there, can you tell me where's worth going?

Staying in a hotel in Newquay.
Cannon_Fodder11/11/2019 08:18

We've just booked a holiday for next June there, can you tell me where's …We've just booked a holiday for next June there, can you tell me where's worth going?Staying in a hotel in Newquay.


What are you interested in seeing/doing? Adults or a family?
AngelBomber12/11/2019 06:56

What are you interested in seeing/doing? Adults or a family?



Adults - my GF and her mother (mother is 65 and fairly active)

We like towns / cities / harbours / places of interest. Went to Truro and Falmouth last time, enjoyed those.
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