The 45-minute tour includes a walk around the entire BedZED site and covers all aspects of the eco-village, with plenty of time to ask questions. Tours generally take place once every quarter, on Thursdays towards the end of the month at 11am. Please visit our Eventbrite page for all upcoming tour dates.

Please note that to minimise disruption for BedZED residents we are not able to offer tours to groups larger than 25 people.

£20 for full price tickets, or £14 for concessions (students, pensioners and those who are on benefits).

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Wheelchair accessibility: The site is wheelchair accessible.

Getting there: BedZED has good bus, rail and tram links and limited car parking space.

We encourage all our tour groups to come to BedZED using public transport. BedZED is on the S1, 151, and 157 bus routes, and the nearest railway station, Hackbridge, is only a few minutes’ walk away and there are frequent trains to central London.

There is also a tram link at Micham Junction.

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For groups of 10 adults or more it may be possible to organise bespoke tours on any weekday between 9.30am and 4pm.

Timing: Up to 1 hour
Pricing: £26 per person (£18 concessions)


Tours of 15 or more students can also be arranged. Students must bring student ID with them.

Timing: 45 minutes
Pricing: £14 per student

Please note, we have an extremely limited number of bespoke tour slots.

For any bespoke tour enquiries, please fill out this form.


In order for us to cover the costs of running tours, please note that public tours may be cancelled with at least one days' notice if we do not have sufficient numbers. A full refund will be issued if this happens.

Please note if you wish to cancel your tour, refunds will only be made up to two days before the tour date. After this point, we are not able to provide a refund.

Disclaimer: We do our best to keep the risk to a minimum but Bioregional assumes no liability or responsibility for any injury, loss, damage or inconvenience sustained by any person using its services, nor to their property.

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