Eden Project Summer Local's Pass - Adults £10 / Child £5 / Family of 4 £28 / Student £9 - Unlimited Entry until 31st Oct
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Eden Project Summer Local's Pass - Adults £10 / Child £5 / Family of 4 £28 / Student £9 - Unlimited Entry until 31st Oct

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Expires on 17/06/2019Posted 11th Jun
Fab offer if you live in Cornwall or Devon - from now until 17th June, anyone living in these areas can grab an Eden Project Summer Locals Pass for much reduced rates + kids under 4 go FREE.:)

The pass gives you unlimited entry from the day you purchase until 31st October 2019

Huge savings on normal pass rates eg

Normal Pass price Adult £26 - £28.50 - Local Pass price is £10

Normal Pass price Child £13.50 - £15 - Local Pass price is £5

Normal Pass Price Family of 4 is £67 - £75 - Local Pass price is £28

About the Pass

  • Get unlimited entry to one of the biggest visitor attractions in the South West until 31 October, while saving over 25% on a full-price admission ticket (when paying by Direct Debit)
  • Enjoy a range of free events – from family programmes to specialist interest events*
  • Explore our gardens and Biomes as they change throughout the seasons
  • Treat yourself to a free day out on your doorstep, enjoying our gardens, Biomes, shops and cafes, whenever you like


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T&C's

On-site activation / proof of residency

When you first visit after buying your Pass, you will need to come with the appropriate forms of identity, chosen from the list below:

Either:

Proof of residence with photo ID

Ideally, you should bring one piece of identity that shows residence in either Devon or Cornwall (i.e. postcodes starting with TR, PL, TQ or EX), and has your photo on, such as a driving licence or bus pass showing your current address.

Or:

Non-photo proof of residence plus photo ID

If your photo ID does not show your Cornwall or Devon address (i.e. if this residence is not your primary address, or if it is a bus pass or work badge and does not show your address), please also bring in additional proof of your residence in Cornwall or Devon, such as a utility bill.

Or:

Three forms of proof of residence

If you have no photo ID at all, please bring three pieces of identity that show residence in either Devon or Cornwall (i.e. postcodes starting with TR, PL, TQ or EX), such as utility bills.

Proof of residency for children

Buying a Pass for your child as well? Simply bring them along with you, and we'll use your own proof of residence. If you're sending them along with an adult who doesn't live at your house, please get them to bring in your own proof of residence.

Photographs

Adult Locals’ Pass holders (over 16s) will be photographed upon activation of the Pass, and the image will be securely stored. These images will only be used for identification purposes when arriving on site, and to prevent misuse of the Locals’ Summer Pass.
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I don't get all the negativity, it's a great attraction. It depends what you are looking for I guess. If you want rubbish attractions try the Lake District, the pencil museum has to be seen to be believed.
A good deal for some hopefully.

I am resident in Cornwall and feel once was once too often.
That place is about as exciting as that second between stubbing your little toe and waiting for the pain to hit.
Edited by: "batezy_1984" 12th Jun
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nice deal if you`ve never been or you like going there, personally once was enough for me .
Or free entry if you do a parkrun there on a Saturday at 9am.
Edited by: "dorset_taco" 11th Jun
A good deal for some hopefully.

I am resident in Cornwall and feel once was once too often.
Not bad but don't think I pay much more for the 12 months locals pass.

Tend to use it a few times a year so worth it for me. Could do with more small child friendly areas though. Even a little playpark would be an improvement.
Last December I went and only stayed 2 hrs. Wasn't worth the money
This is local pass only!
These local passes used to be good when you got them for a year from purchase now there only 6 months or so
Remember going here when I was little. Think it had just opened up. It was huge, quite boring as a child but I still remember it so it can't have been too bad.
We absolutely loved it. I found it fascinating, especially seeing all the foods growing. I especially enjoyed learning about vanilla, cocoa and bamboo. Im not into gardening particularly but I still got a lot from it and would highly recommend.
skipperjonce11/06/2019 20:19

Not bad but don't think I pay much more for the 12 months locals pass.Tend …Not bad but don't think I pay much more for the 12 months locals pass.Tend to use it a few times a year so worth it for me. Could do with more small child friendly areas though. Even a little playpark would be an improvement.


They do have a little wooden play bit up by the discovery dome my son loved it when he was younger !
That place is about as exciting as that second between stubbing your little toe and waiting for the pain to hit.
Edited by: "batezy_1984" 12th Jun
I don't get all the negativity, it's a great attraction. It depends what you are looking for I guess. If you want rubbish attractions try the Lake District, the pencil museum has to be seen to be believed.
It’s a great day out. I paid full price and thought it was great. If your looking for roller coasters go to Thorpe park.
It's also free if you tell them you have special needs
Went at the weekend & was our 5th visit I believe. We love the Eden Project & I'd happily live on site, amazing! We'll try & get the next locals pass in October.
neil.solender12/06/2019 18:08

I don't get all the negativity, it's a great attraction. It depends what …I don't get all the negativity, it's a great attraction. It depends what you are looking for I guess. If you want rubbish attractions try the Lake District, the pencil museum has to be seen to be believed.


Yes. It's a great day out. The scale is enough to awe anyone, there are indoor waterfalls, bridges, incredible sculptures, a decent food hall between the two main biomes, activities/performances for kids, and visually impressive plants regardless of how knowledgeable you are about them.
We went a few years ago, got there when it opened and left when they kicked us out, it was a fantastic day out .
Agree about kids facilities, we took our toddlers last year and they were bored stupid. We loved it though, but when the kids are screaming you don’t tend to stay long
Is it worth a visit? Quite a drive for me
Will membership actually end on 31st October, or is there a high possiblity of an extension past this date?
As a devonite I shall be taking this offer up. Cheers op.
NotAnonymous13/06/2019 15:47

Will membership actually end on 31st October, or is there a high …Will membership actually end on 31st October, or is there a high possiblity of an extension past this date?


Yes, it will end as the next lot of locals passes are released.
there's one of these on the moon... don't believe me? here's proof:
37855936-IVHFO.jpg37855936-STqUD.jpgoh there's zombies up there too, nasty things they are
windym11/06/2019 20:17

A good deal for some hopefully.I am resident in Cornwall and feel once was …A good deal for some hopefully.I am resident in Cornwall and feel once was once too often.


Why? I love it in summer. Great range of flora, and the gift shop is full of actually useful, locally-sourced items.
steelbull13/06/2019 11:43

Is it worth a visit? Quite a drive for me


If you fancy a weekend in cornwall /Devon then yes !
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