Geodesic Biodome Greenhouse. That Produces Food For You And. Your Family Year-Round. And Best. Of All, You Can Do It For Next To. Nothing! The Eden. One example of a biodome would be the Eden Project in the United Kingdom which includes the largest biodome greenhouse in the world. Eden Project: Visiting the BioDome – See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Bodelva, UK, at TripAdvisor.

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What an awesome place!

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I would highly encourage anyone who is coming thru Cornwall England to stop here for a few hours and get an education and some delicious food! The day rate is 25 pounds, cheaper if your a student or senior but well biiodome the money. Excellent day trip activity for friends and family both young and old.

As if the guy who took on Heligan hadn’t got enough to do, this was his nexr Project! All about sustainability ede conservation. Unusual plants, tropical, mediterranean and Cornish too. Very interesting, expensive to get in, worth visiting but such crowds! I went mid week, schooltime and it was still packed.

No where to sit down inside, couldn’get biodoome food, but would still go again – middle of the night perhaps. With more marshals than the OK Coral at chucking out time on a Saturday night, the events at Eden are exceptionally well organised. We queued early, for Lionel Ritchie, and, of course there were a few groups hanging around, ready to join in at the front. When the marshals open the barriers, they firmly and politely tell the would be queue bandits where to bidoome themselves.

It’s the same in the car parks. When events are on, at least, there are so many marshals, it’s like having your own. Actually, I think we had two at one point.

I don’t know what they call the arena. I’ll call it The Eden Bowl. Exactly the right amount of flat tarmac surrounded by gently sloping grass. You can see the stage, pretty much wherever you are. And what a stage.

The sound system will vary depending on the act but for the Lionel Ritchie gig it was first class. I’m in that business. I know some of the fellas who do sound there. As the main act get into their stride, the sun has dropped over the wooded ramparts of Eden and the light show comes into its own. Like the sound, the lights are top notch. You see, what they are doing is booking top notch acts with the accompanying top notch accoutrements.


Just to top it all, the biomes are lit from inside with bioodome chasing lights that synchronise with the music, adding a whole new dimension. You are truly in a world of your own. The food and toilets are good and accessible without awful queues. I saw something that amazed me. A couple of hours eeden, the plentiful bins were being emptied. Very nice madness that the rest of the country’s venues could but won’t learn from.

Umbrellas are strictly banned. Does it get any better?

You’re frisked on the way in. Brolley smugglers are thrown into a pen. Chairs are banned, as well. You all set up your chairs and stake your pitch only to find that the crowd moves forward, glacially, when the headline act comes on, resulting in thousands of people not coping very well with thousands of part-folded big-boys.

Then it’s the final curtain and time to offski. It is a long way up to the surface bikdome the paths are gently and winding. With yet more marshals guiding; the throng slowly ascends. There were even marshals coming among us, collecting litter. At the top, you can walk to the lower car parks or get a bus blodome the upper ones.

Now I thought – at nearly midnight – with half of the audience in the walkway to the busses, that we wouldn’t get on. I thought, being Britain, that we’d get halfway there to be told “sorry, the busses are now closed” and get turned back.

Well I was wrong there. At the end of the covered walkway, marshals counted us off in groups and we went to the busses. We even got a seat. Among – people waiting for busses, we got a seat!

When we got off the bus, we were wished a good evening by the marshals and off we trotted; to be guided out of the car parks by yet more marshals. Thank you for taking eedn trouble to leave your feedback on TripAdvisor.

We are buodome that you enjoyed the Session and have passed your kind words onto our staff. We visited this attraction on a cloudy and sometimes showery day.

The parking was well organised and was free, which was just as well as it has a very expensive entrance fee unless you have been canny enough to get a ‘2 for 1’ voucher prior to your visit. There is a discount for pensioners. Dogs are allowed, however we found that there were few areas where we could take the dog.


I really feel that my advice is don’t take your dog as you will miss so much. The rain forest dome was very warm and humid as it is supposed to be, and filled with interesting plants and displays. The Mediterranean dome was a bit disappointing – where was the Western Australian section WA is often said to have a Mediterranean climate???

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Blodome details Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours. Trek through the world’s largest indoor rainforest, take in the sights and smells of our Mediterranean Biome, and explore our huge outdoor gardens. At the Eden Project you’ll discover the fascinating relationships between plants and people.

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You’ll also find a full calendar of family events throughout bidoome year and music festivals in the summer. As an educational charity we run transformational social and environmental projects locally and internationally. Reviewed June 16, via mobile. Reviewed June 16, Write a Review Reviews 10, Show reviews that mention.

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