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FREE Entry for Mums & Grans (when accompanied by 1 child) on Mother's Day 22nd March 2020 @ Eden Project
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FREE Entry for Mums & Grans (when accompanied by 1 child) on Mother's Day 22nd March 2020 @ Eden Project

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Posted 26th Feb

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Free entry to the Eden Project on Sunday 22nd March day for mums and grans when accompanied by at least one child or grandchild - kids under 4 go FREE.

Kids tickets can be bought for £13.50 online or £15 on the door & Adults are £26 online or £28.50 on the door, so quite a decent saving

"Bring your mum or gran into Eden for free on Mother's Day. You can take them on a spectacular floral tour of the world through our gardens indoors and out."

Find out more about the Eden Project here

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Thank you @millarcat for sharing... This is so nice... free entry for mums & grans
If you dont have kids go there with your mum and nan and argue with them on the door that you're her child until they let you in.
Edited by: "HyperLuminal" 26th Feb
Went last summer: stupidly expensive entry to get preached at all day. Could be so good but it's really just another big commercial outfit now.
Besford26/02/2020 23:20

Went last summer: stupidly expensive entry to get preached at all day. …Went last summer: stupidly expensive entry to get preached at all day. Could be so good but it's really just another big commercial outfit now.



I haven't been for years, but we didn't see any of that, just wandered around the biomes for a few hours. I thought it was a pretty good day out for Cornwall.

what did you experience?
horsey27/02/2020 03:04

I haven't been for years, but we didn't see any of that, just wandered …I haven't been for years, but we didn't see any of that, just wandered around the biomes for a few hours. I thought it was a pretty good day out for Cornwall.what did you experience?


It's changed over those years. Park long way from biomes, unhelpful irregular bus transfer, 3/4 hour queue to get in (due to all their 'data gathering'), ~£80 entry (£85.50 this year according to this post) for 3 people, constant green nagging (which is unnecessary), usual mediocre but expensive catering, gift shop full of imported tat. It's a big commercial outfit trading on past green credentials.

Just my opinion of course but there are far better (and probably greener) ways of splurging over eighty quid in lovely Cornwall.
Edited by: "Besford" 27th Feb
Besford27/02/2020 12:01

It's changed over those years. Park long way from biomes, unhelpful …It's changed over those years. Park long way from biomes, unhelpful irregular bus transfer, 3/4 hour queue to get in (due to all their 'data gathering'), ~£80 entry (£85.50 this year according to this post) for 3 people, constant green nagging (which is unnecessary), usual mediocre but expensive catering, gift shop full of imported tat. It's a big commercial outfit trading on past green credentials.Just my opinion of course but there are far better (and probably greener) ways of splurging over eighty quid in lovely Cornwall.


Ah, it looks like we must have gone when it first opened, it was more like £15 back then and was essentially nothing but the biomes and a nice veggie restaurant, I do remember parking was a bit of a faff.
We went six years ago and really enjoyed it, all the better for using Gardeners World free entry. Wonder what the Morecambe version will be like?
It can be a little pricey but only comparable with other large attractions. Booking online makes it cheaper and one payment is entrance for the who!e year.
Saturday, 29th Feb, is World Pasty Championships day. Lots of stuff going on and bands. I'll be there having me Pasty!
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