The Eden Project’s Invisible Worlds exhibition, Cornwall
Today’s post is all about the new permanent exhibition at the Eden Project called Invisible Worlds! The exhibition reveals the world beyond our senses: too big, too small, too fast, too slow, too far away in space and time. My boyfriend Sam Gill actually helped to work on the research of this exhibition. He worked on it during his 6 month internship at Eden which was very exciting.
Summary of Invisible Worlds
Overall, the exhibition was a lot more coherent than what was in the core before. It has lots of interactive parts including the main focal attraction being the huge sculpture that releases smoke rings that smell! (Pictured opposite.) I have left a time lapse of it below.
There is a lot of information to take in at this exhibition. Therefore, I would suggest that to maybe take many visits instead of trying to digest it all in one go. There are also different parts of the exhibition scattered around the whole of the Eden Project. You will be able to see where they are located on the map. However, most of it is located in the core and there is one more exhibition coming in the Winter of 2018.
Really like with any exhibition it is best to go and experience it for yourself. This is because that what it has been designed for. If you
haven’t already I would highly recommend checking it out. If you are a local you can get locals passes to the Eden Project at certain times of the year. I will leave a link here to more information.
If you enjoyed this blog post then check out my post on Eden Project’s latest exhibition, festival of light and sound. Or other Cornwall attractions: Glendurgan gardens, Siblyback lake, Tintagel, Trelissick gardens, Mount Edgcumbe, Trebah gardens, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Michael’s Mount, Lanhydrock and the Looe Monkey Sanctuary.
Lots of love, Melissa x