Head to the Eden Project, take a journey around their Rainforest Biome and find out about its secrets, from the tropical islands to the Amazon. Explore the region with the cocoa tress and discover a deliciously dark tale of conquest, love and trade. Cocoa trees are the source of chocolate and originally they grew wild in Central and Latin America. The Aztecs and Mayans liked their cocoa brewed with spices and this chocolate and spice concoction is the original hot chocolate! Finish the visit off with chocolate tasting in the form of a cup of the original hot chocolate Aztec style. Entrance to the Eden Project is included for two, so spend the rest of the day exploring the exotic attraction together.
Tours run twice daily throughout the year (excluding August). The Eden Project is open seven days a week excluding Christmas Day. Please note: Eden will be closed to the public Mondays and Tuesdays from, Tuesday 3 January and fully open again from Monday 6 Feb 2017.
No minimum age limit but at least one participant must be aged 18 or over. Wheelchair users are welcome at Eden Project (please advise details at point of booking).
The tour begins at either 10am or 1pm and lasts for 90 minutes. Participants are welcome to stay on and explore the rest of The Eden Project following the tour.
Numbers on the Day
The tour is exclusively for two people with a guide. The Eden Project is one of the country's most successful attractions and is open to the public daily (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day).
Comfortable shoes are best for a tour. The temperatures are warm and vary between the biomes so dressing in layers is recommended.
The booking letter must presented at the Information desk in the main ticketing hall, also the meeting place with the guide. Closing times vary between 3pm and 9pm (see website for specific information on times and any special events).