Hotels Near Eden Project Morecambe

Looking for a holiday to take you closer to nature? The highly anticipated Eden Project Morecambe is on the horizon! Find out all about this brand new sustainable garden and all its good stuff initiatives.  Oh, and we’ve also earmarked our favourite Best Western hotels near Eden Project Morecambe, to help transform your daytrip into a holiday to remember.

Visit Eden Project Morecambe

It’s official! Work has finally started on the long awaited Eden Project Morecambe – a brand new instalment of botanical biomes coming to Lancashire. 

A sister to the internationally recognised Eden Project Cornwall, Eden Project Morecambe hopes to promote health and wellbeing, and inspire a sense of wonder and connection with the natural world. 

The new Eden Project in Lancashire will be made up of three interconnected spaces: Above the Bay, featuring botanical and art exhibits inspired by nature, Below the Bay, an immersive theatrical experience where you can learn about the lunar rhythms and tides, and The Natural Observatory, which will be a dedicated space for research and education programmes. 

As well as providing a fun family day out, The Eden Project Morecambe is also committed to doing good things for the environment, society and the economy through its regenerative sustainability projects. So when you visit, you'll be doing something good too!

Eden Project Morecambe is expect to open for visitors in early 2026.

Things to do near Eden Project Morecambe

Continue your nature-themed trip by exploring some of these alternative activities near Eden Project Morecambe:

Visit Morecambe Bay

Morecambe Bay is a large estuary known for its beautiful scenery and diverse wildlife. Treat yourself to some traditional fish and chips as you wander along the shoreline, paddle in the fresh ocean waters and picnic with views of the sea and sunset. The perfect activity for families and couples alike.

Explore the Forest of Bowland

The Forest of Bowland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is located near Morecambe. You can go hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding in the forest and take in the beautiful scenery.

Take a stroll through Williamson Park

Williamson Park is a large park located in Lancaster, just a short drive from Morecambe. The park features beautiful gardens, a butterfly house, and a small zoo where you can see a variety of animals.

Go birdwatching at Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve

Grab your binoculars and head over to the Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve nature reserve for a day of birdwatching. This sprawling natural reserve is home to a variety of bird species, including rare species like bitterns and marsh harriers.

Visit Arnside and Silverdale

 If you’ve got energy to burn, why not set aside a day for hiking or cycling in the  Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty? Bask in the fresh air as you take in stunning views of the coast and countryside – the very best that Lancashire has to offer.

Hotels near Eden Project Morecambe

Lancaster Morecambe Lothersdale Hotel


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Preston Garstang Country Hotel


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Barton Manor & Spa, BW Signature Collection


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Have you visited Eden Project Cornwall?

While you wait for Eden Project Morecambe to be completed, why not head to its sister site down south?

The Eden Project Cornwall was the charity’s first botanical garden and environmental education centre near the small town of St Austell. The centre features two large biomes: the Rainforest Biome, where you can find plants such as banana, coffee, rubber, and cocoa, and the Mediterranean Biome which features plants from the Mediterranean region, including olive trees, grapevines, and herbs.

Apart from the biomes, the Eden Project Cornwall also has outdoor gardens that showcase plants from around the world, such as tea, lavender, and sunflowers. There’s also a visitor centre, education facilities, art installations, cafes, and gift shops.

Hotels near Eden Project Cornwall


Best Western Fowey Valley Hotel


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Porth Veor Manor, Sure Hotel Collection


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Eden Project Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I get to Eden Project Morecambe?

Morecambe is located just off Junction 34, on the M6 motorway and is about a 5 hour drive from London. 

You can also get to Morecambe easily by train – Morecambe Station is on the West Coast Main Line and has regular trains from cities such as Manchester, Lancaster, and Carlisle. If you are traveling from London, you can take a train from London Euston to Lancaster and then change for a train to Morecambe.

The nearest airport to Morecambe is Manchester Airport, which is around 60 miles (97 km) away. From the airport, you can take a train or a bus to Morecambe.

Q. How do I get to Eden Project Cornwall?

The Eden Project Cornwall is in a town called Bodelva. By car, the easiest route is by the A30 or A390. The project is well-signposted from both roads, and there is ample car parking available on site.

The nearest train station to the Eden Project Cornwall is St Austell, which is around 5 miles (8 km) away. There are regular trains from cities such as London, Bristol, and Plymouth to St Austell. From the train station, you can take a bus or a taxi to the Eden Project.

Newquay is the closest airport which is around 13 miles (21 km) away. From the airport, you can take a taxi or a bus to the Eden Project.

Q. Is Eden Project fun for kids?

Yes! The Eden Project Cornwall is great fun for kids of all ages. From the outdoor gardens and biomes, to interactive exhibits and specially organised craft and adventure activities, there’s plenty of opportunities for children to learn and explore. We expect Eden Project Morecambe to be just as much fun!

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