Whilst we were away in Cornwall we took time to visit the Eden Project. We'd decided that we'd visit on potentially the worst day of the trip (weather-wise), so that we'd be able to enjoy the indoor biomes they had to explore. Although it said dogs were welcome but only outside the biomes we decided to pop Ferris into a kennel for the day so that he wasn't left in the apartment or in the car, we wanted peace of mind and thought this was best - turned out to be a great decision as there really wasn't much we could have done at Eden if we did take Ferris!
We arrived about 10.30 and were surprised to see a relatively small queue and not too many cars in the car park - I can imagine in the middle of summer it'd be a lot busier. Once we'd got to the visitor centre and paid the entrance fee (a rather hefty £25 pp), we gained access to the site, from the way in it looked pretty impressive the domes were quite a sight and we were looking forward to getting inside. They have 2 main areas inside, a rainforest area and a mediterranean area, with the larger and more impressive being the former.
We spent a few hours looking at the areas and grabbing some lunch (if you go then I'd recomment the restaurant in the mediterranean biome as it was far better than the canteen which was between the areas - in fact we honestly found the 'pasties' from here awful, hence the reason for visiting the restaurant.
The project was nice to spend time at, it was lots of plants - which I totally expected - but little else and not a great deal going on there for visitors to experience. In my view it was worth the trip once, but not at full price - it'd be a great place to go to spend a morning or afternoon with a discounted ticket, but you can't spend a full day there.