THE Eden Project in Cornwall is opening the doors to the wonderfully weird world of Freaky Nature this Easter from March 29 to April 14.
This year, the popular event invites visitors to explore the freaky side of food, to find out which peculiar plants make it to the plate and exactly how they're grown.
They can also discover how plants eat and how they stop being eaten themselves, as well as taking part in freaky food experiments.
Eden Project programme producer Chris Pritchard said: "We are delighted to be hosting this fabulous Freaky programme for the fourth year running. Everyone's favourite activities will be returning, plus some extra special new ones - all with a freaky food twist.
"Freaky Nature is fresh and exciting whether you are new to the programme or a seasoned visitor to Eden."