Enjoy a delectable afternoon tea for two and explore the breathtaking world of the Eden Project
Trek through the wild and steamy jungle, experience the largest rainforest in captivity from 30 metres above the forest floor and wander through the balmy Mediterranean all in one day at the fantastic Eden Project in Devon. Witness stunning sights, such as majestic waterfalls & various tropical plants, and take in the unique scents of the herb garden. During your experience, you can relax and soak up the atmosphere whilst enjoying a delicious tea for two at the Eden Bakery - the perfect treat.
You'll begin this journey of discovery at the visitor's centre where you'll receive your Eden guidebook from the helpful ticketing staff. Then it's time to get out and explore the 30 acres of exciting outdoor planting with fun trails, hideaways, stepping stones and sandpits for you to seek out. Enter the Rainforest Biome, trek through the world's largest jungle in captivity and stroll through the Mediterranean Biome complete with regional plants and featuring a crashing waterfall. At any point during your day you can pay the Eden Bakery a visit (located in between the two Biomes) and help yourself to the fantastic range of food. Your voucher allows you to have a cake and a hot drink each.
This experience is available at Cornwall:
Cornwall (South West) - Bodelva
This voucher is valid for 10 months for two people. This experience includes entry to the Eden Project for two, tea for two (a cake and a hot drink from the self service buffet), a guidebook and a free ride on the biodiesel-fuelled land train. Eden Project reserves the right to close the Lookout Platform without prior warning. There is free parking available on site. All dates are subject to availability. Please note The Eden Project will be closed on selected dates at the start of 2014; 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 January and February 3-4.
Afternoon Tea for Two at Eden Project
afternoon tea for two at eden project
Was given as gift by my daughter for Christmas.
Had a lovely day but was very disappointed on the response I got when trying to use the voucher at the Eden Project. When we arrived they questioned the voucher and claimed they had never heard of the company. A supervisor was called and we were let in and then very reluctantly given a guide book. We then had even more trouble in the café when trying to claim our afternoon tea, which was simply a slice of cake and a cup of tea as they said they had never seen the voucher before also. The free ride on the biodiesel-fuelled land train was actually free anyway.
Overall we had a lovely day, the gardens were amazing its just a shame we had hassle over using the voucher.
31 July 2013