Photographs taken 2004 to 2007
A visit to the Eden Project is as close to being on the "must see" list as anywhere in Cornwall, and it can safely be said that whatever you have read about Eden, cannot compare with actually seeing the place for yourselves, and standing under the biomes to experience their effect. Eden has transformed what was once the Bodelva China Clay Pit. For more information about the Eden Project, visit the Eden Project website.
It is hard to convey the extraordinary reality of the Eden Project in just a few photographs, but here is just a little of Eden during the early Autumn...
The Eden Project
Inside the warm Temperate Biome
The intricate Eden biome ventilation and atmospheric control system
Another view across the Temperate Biome
Proper Chilies at Eden!
Looking across the tree canopy in the Tropical Biome
Looking towards the cliff and the waterfall
Another view across the dense jungle canopy
The Tropical Biome at Eden in 2007
Not so warm and humid under the jungle canopy in March, but still quite warm, and still quite humid, compared to the sunny day outside!
The growing jungle canopy
The Eden Jungle Hut
Eden is ever changing, with Winter ice-skating, and Summer concerts, and the addition of the new Eden Core centre. For photographs of the new Eden Core, plus the WEEE Man and other Eden Creatures, visit the Eden Core page.
See also the Eden Project at Night page.