A trip to The Eden Project, Cornwall

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  1. The Eden project just gets better and better, especially for families. I remember first taking the boys and they were quite unimpressed. I still remember Alistair age 5 saying it wasn’t much of a rain forest, where were the tigers! Back then there was nothing for children, now there are natural play places, educational interactive areas and it has become the most visited place for all the local schools whether for science, geography or history. I’m sure your girls will grow to love it more each year as there is always something new to draw you in. Wonderful photos you took in the tropical biome, I always struggled with a misty lens!

    Thank you for sharing your experience on #CountryKids

  2. We loved our visit there a couple of years ago and I’d definitely go back, so much for kids to learn and explore isn’t there #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It really is great isn’t it?! Hoping we go back again next year when we next go to Coombe Mill

  3. naomi says:

    oh wow, those flowers! and that huge bee! I live really far away from eden project, all the way up in sheffield in Yorkshire, but I’ve heard about it before and I would really love to visit. those natural play spaces look is lovely. these are the kind of days out I love! thanks for sharing. #countrykids

  4. jo says:

    You have reminded me that it’s a while since we’ve been to the Eden Project and I’d like to make a return visit now the children are older. Yours look like they are having a brilliant day! #CountryKids

  5. Kim Carberry says:

    What an interesting day out….Those statues look fantastic!
    It looks like you had a great time x

  6. We visited the Eden project in December with our 18 month old and it was all of our first times. I thought the place was amazing and a truly great year round experience. You e taken some lovely picture and I think I’d love to see the place in bloom a bit more but as we live 300 miles away I don’t think I’ll make it anytime soon!! #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Thank you! It is a bit tricky getting to if you don’t live any closer than Devon! Hope you get to go back again one day.

  7. Helena says:

    I visited the Eden project a long time ago but the girls have yet to visit. I’m not sure my hubby has seen it either. Sounds like it was a big success with your family. #CountryKids

  8. This is somewhere I’d really like to visit with the kids one day, it looks like a great day out.

  9. Zoe says:

    We visited the Eden Project last Summer…unfortunately we had awful weather and didn’t see it at it’s best. I’d love to go back and see the place in it’s full glory! #CountryKids

  10. What a wonderful day out. I’ve never been to the Eden Project but will have to add it to the list of places to visit at some point as it looks so interesting. I love that giant bumblebee. Glad your girls enjoyed their day out 🙂 #countrykids

  11. Your photos make me want to go again. It really is an amazing place. Inspirational. My youngest always wants to know roughly what time we will arrive and then clock watches. Glad your girls enjoyed it. #countrykids

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