Take the train to Cornwall…
Take the train to Cornwall and celebrate the Eden Project’s 10th birthday. Read on and find out why it pays to go green when you’re travelling to Eden…
The Eden Project turns ten this year and its celebrating circus-style, giving green-minded grown-ups and kids even more reason to take the train to Cornwall this summer.
The Project plans to have the Labyrinth Circus Show run at night, while visitors can explore Eden’s gardens and rainforests, take part in a storytelling session, give rock climbing a try, learn some circus tricks and ride on Eden’s bio-fuel land train during the day.
Eden’s bio-domes have already turned into big tops, so visitors to the project can see No Fit State’s famous acrobats and circus performers spin, twist and perform tricks on the ground, among the trees and in the air until 29 Aug.
And what better way to get to Blighty’s greenest hub than by swapping the car for a carriage?
Getting to the Eden Project is easy by rail; just take the train to St Austell, Luxulyan, Bugle or Par and then take a shuttle bus or cycle straight to the centre.
What’s more, you’ll receive a discount on your entry free when you present a valid bus or train ticket at the Eden Project’s admission desk, so you can save on entry as well as petrol when you take the train.
Check our journey planner for cheap train tickets to Cornwall now, and make the most of the Eden Project’s 10th birthday celebrations.This entry was posted in Days Out and tagged cheap train tickets, cheap train tickets to Cornwall, destination guides, journey planner, redspottedhanky.com, train tickets to Cornwall. Bookmark the permalink.