Eden Project’s festival of light and sound, Cornwall

eden festival of light and sound

Eden Project’s festival of Light and Sound, Cornwall

Hello and welcome back, I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas! This blog post is all about the Eden Project’s festival of light and sound! I went to the festival last year and I can say that it is more or less the same but, that didn’t stop me from going again. 

Eden at Christmas

I love the Eden Project period so, going again to experience the lights and the festive atmosphere was magical. The festival of light and sound is basically a laser light show to music. It takes place inside the mediterranean biome which looks very cool with all of the statues. pictured opposite.

This year on top of the ice skating rink they had also added a snow dome and a Christmas Grotto where you can meet Farther Christmas, to really get you into the Christmas spirit! Not to mention that if you’re struggling with Christmas presents that you will find some lovely and unique gifts in the shop.

When is it on?

I believe that light show is still going on throughout the festive season so I will leave a link here to all of the information. I would highly recommend going, especially if you’re a local as it’s really nice to 

eden festival of light and sound lasers in biome statues
eden project festival of light and sound lasers
eden project band
eden project christmas
eden project bridge

experience Eden when it’s not so busy with all of the holiday makers.

Eden Project exploration

While you’re visiting the Eden Project festival of light and sound why not have an explore of all the other things Eden has to offer. You can check out the tropical and the mediterranean biome during the day. The core which has the new Invisible Worlds exhibition and of course the amazing gardens on the premises.


If you enjoyed this blog post then check out my most recent post on Eden Project’s latest exhibition, Invisible Worlds. Or other Cornwall attractions: Glendurgan gardensSiblyback lakeTintagelTrelissick gardensMount Edgcumbe, Trebah gardensThe Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Michael’s MountLanhydrock and the Looe Monkey Sanctuary.

Lots of love, Melissa x

eden project rainforest waterfall
eden project steam bridge
eden project rainforest biome plants

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