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Skating season begins, plus half-term frights at Halloweden!

Browse our packed-full calendar and get stuck into family activities this autumn -
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Autumn at the Eden Project
Keep away the autumn chills at Eden...
As the days begin to get colder, come and view the changing of the seasons at the Eden Project and keep warm with some of our October activities.

Win prizes at our next Pokémon Go event this weekend, or join us for awesome dino raps on 12-15 October.

Our ice rink opens for the season on 15 October, and our Halloweden celebrations will be transforming Eden into a spooky spectacle for October half-term.
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What's on
Get spooky this half-term  
This year, Halloweden is inspired by the spirit of the circus (22-30 October) with magic, illusions and more. Plus, tickets for Little Monsters' Ball (29 October) are now on sale!
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Kick-start the skating season 
Our glittering ice rink will return on 15 October with sessions for all ages. You can even treat yourself to a burger from our rink-side Bar and Grill after!
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Dates for your diary
15 Oct: Eden Marathon ►
Come and cheer on the runners

10 Nov: Sleep Out ►
Brave a winter's night for charity
17 Nov: Macmillan Fair ►
Stock up on Christmas gifts

29 Nov: Festival of Hope ►
Our annual sustainability festival
Check out all our events on the website ►


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