Did you know...The Eden Project is home to over one million different plants?

St Austell is Cornwall’s largest town and in many ways its hub. With the county’s top family attraction – the Eden Project to its name, holidays in St Austell are synonymous with Eden’s famous biomes and the area’s beautiful Cornish scenery.

St Austell holidays are a perfect way to get away from it all, at any time of year. The summer months are ideal for making the most of the breathtaking coastal views and scenic Cornwall landscape, punctuated with visits to the area’s sandy beaches and family-friendly tourist attractions. For those that love to have the stretches of sands and rugged surroundings to themselves, autumn and winter are ideal times to visit St Austell – and The Eden Project is open for visiting throughout the year.
Those who choose St Austell and Eden Project holidays will no doubt visit the town’s centre, which has recently undergone a £75 million redevelopment. Offering many facilities, a range of high street stores and a new multiplex cinema, there is plenty to entertain.

Festival of Food at Eden Project

The smell of home cooking’s going to be wafting from the Eden Project’s infamous biomes this autumn, as the attraction hosts its very own food festival throughout September. Yes, Eden celebrates all things foodie from the 10 th to 27 th September, so if you’re visiting this month check ahead to see which special events you can take part in...

White River Cinema in St Austell

Here’s the Cornwall cinema for those of you who like your film shown using the latest technology, your seats designed for comfort and your screen the maximum size - White River Cinema in St Austell. You’ll find the cinema in Alymer Square in St Austell town centre, and as it only opened in 2008 it’s a modern cinema complex that...
Email Sent

Send an email

A password reset message will be sent to your e-mail address.