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Visit Eden Project car-free

From outside St Austell railway station, catch bus D5. The bus takes about half an hour to reach the Eden Project.

There are trains to St Austell from London, Penzance, Exeter and stations in between.

There are bike racks and luggage lockers once you arrive and the Eden project offers a variety of scenic walking and cycling routes.

You could take the little branch line to Luxulyan station (from Par or Newquay). From there, the Eden Project is an adventurous and beautiful 2½ mile walk along the waymarked Saint’s Way. It’s about the same distance to walk or cycle from Par station on the London-Penzance mainline.

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

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About Eden Project

Huge, iconic greenhouse domes, in a former china clay quarry, house the world’s biggest indoor rainforest, alongside a Mediterranean biome, landscaped gardens in the open air and much more.

For any queries about visiting contact Eden Project on 01726 811911 or boxoffice@edenproject.com

Address: Eden Project, Bodelva, Cornwall PL24 2SG. Visit Website