The Eden Botanical Garden is a plant-based park. It is mainly indoor and has good natural lighting. It is worth visiting. Plants and flowers are blooming. It is beautiful. The path planning is also very good, and the sentiment is great!
According to reports, it used to be an abandoned mine, and later restored into a park with all kinds of plants in the world, creating a different environment for people to appreciate different plants and flowers, which is worth seeing.
The Eden Project is a man-made scenic spot in Cornwall, England, which is actually a large botanical garden. The Eden Project covers a large area and is in a mountain col. There are two interconnected large greenhouses, which are planted with plants from all continents of the world, simulating the local environment, so that visitors can experience the environment of a foreign country. Tickets for the Garden of Eden are £15, but there are still many visitors.
It is not surprising to call this the Garden of Eden. Here you can communicate with nature as closely as possible.
Don't go, just sell an environmental gimmick, there is no content, the plants are very poorly raised, very disappointed, it is over after less than two hours, it is better to take the ropeway outside the botanical garden to stimulate.