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Monday, March 11, 2013

Hints And Tips For The Eden Project, Cornwall, United Kingdom

When paying a visit to the Eden Project, there are a few things to keep in mind.

I came across some useful hints and tips which I neither would not have thought, nor would have been aware of and since I am no exception to the rule....

Recommended is to wear comfortable walking shoes and to dress for all types of weather. It can be cold outside, but it is pretty warm and humid in the Biomes. Dressing in layers can accommodate any temperature.

Don't forget to take along sunscreen; even inside the Biomes there is the possibility for sunburn. Bring plenty of water, as you may not be close to the water fountain in the Rainforest Biome and all that humidity has the tendency to make you thirsty.

You can diminish all the walking by taking the free land trains, but you will have no problems managing a buggy or wheelchair throughout the site.

There are plenty of restaurants around, catering to even those who are on a special diet; just let the staff know. High chairs, microwaves, and medical assistance are also readily available.

Accommodations are plentiful near the Eden Project and you may want to look into some of the deals several hotels offer which could include tickets to the project, free entrance for the second day, several discounts, or tickets to the ice skating rink.

You may want to consider staying an extra few days and visit The Lost Gardens of Heligan, China Clay Park, and the harbor villages of Charlestown and Mevagissey which are all nearby.

There is no excuse why you couldn't and wouldn't make an enjoyable and exciting project out of The Eden Project!

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