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Eden Project North Cornwall

This road trip takes over one hour, 57 miles from the site, but well worth the experience

Leaving the site head south A3071 at roundabout 1st exit A30 continue 43 miles then take the A389/A391 towards St Austell next roundabout 4th exit next 1st exit A391 follow signs to Eden Project on arrival use their parking felicities. Walk into the complex, a fee to visit, enjoy and spent a few happy hours exploring the many themes

Eden Project

Eden Project is a visitor’s attraction in Cornwall; inside the artificial Biomes are plants from around the world. In the layout there’s a meandering path with the views of the Biomes, planted landscapes, vegetable gardens and sculptures. The Core is a new project incorporating many exhibitions. The site opened in 2001 but is being updated continually so now you can navigate through much of the project including both the greenhouses.

Eden Project

Eden Project

Eden Project

Eden Project

Eden Project

Eden Project

Continue journey to Pastowe travel northeast turning onto the A391 at 2nd roundabout 2nd exit still A391 next roundabout 2nd exit B3276 continue onto A389 right turn B3276 arrive in Pastowe park in the Quayside. Then explore. within the town and harbour areas.

Visit their Site http://www.edenproject.com/

Padstow

A fishing town on the coast of Cornwall and the west bank of the river Camel with a harbour and quayside, narrow streets with plenty of eaters and gift shops.

A great time to visit would be on Mayday to experience the festivals, two running together one called “Obby Oss” the other ”Mayday“ there are two separate parades with drum and accordions bands marching through the narrow streets, meeting at the maypole all dressed up with greenery and flowers. In fact the whole town is dressed up with bunting everywhere to been seen, just look on, also watch the Morris dancers very different.

Pastowe

Padstow

Pastowe

Padstow

Pastowe

Padstow