Eden Project is one of the most popular historic sites in Cornwall, England. It’s in the open pit of the former clay kaolin mining. Eden Project is a series of interconnected thermoplastic enclosures, that attempts to replicate the global environment, differently. In it there is a 1.6 hectare of Mediterranean biome, up to 3.9 hectares of Tropical Biome.
Make this place as the largest indoo rarinforest in the world. The first project ‘hole in Heaven’ was opened to the public the first time in March 2001. The additional educational facilities, The Core, were added in 2005. The Core communicates the message of the interdependence of people and plants.
The former quarry used to absorb mineral waste in 1998. But now it welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Not only to see the beauty of the gardens, but also see the exhibition of art, ice skating, and popular concert series called The Eden Sessions. Sessions.