Getting To The Eden Project
The address for the Eden Project is:
The Eden Project
Reaching the Eden Project on foot from St Austell (the largest
near town) is a six mile walk. You'll see some of the
surrounding countryside and get a �3.00 reduction in the entrance
price (ask in the reception building)
There are two steep hills
but nothing an able bodied person cannot cope with.
Click here for directions.
The Eden Project is on the National Cycle Network so getting
there is easy. The Clay Trails which go near the Eden Project are
part of the Cornish Way and are suitable for bicycles.
Click here to go to the
Clay Trails website for more information and a downloadable map.
There is a �3.00 reduction in the entrance fee for cyclists. Ask in
the reception building
Two bus companies operate services from St Austell to the Eden
Project. Truronian also operate a service from Falmouth via Truro in
the summer months. Click the links below for more information.
First Group PLC
St Austell is Cornwall's busiest railway station so plenty of
trains go direct from London, Cardiff and the North.
station is about 5� miles from the Eden Project and regular bus
services run from St Austell station. See bus travel above.
Click here for train
times and planning your journey.
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