The Eden Project has unveiled its vision for a major new attraction in Morecambe.
The Cornish attraction wants to open a site on the Lancashire coast.
The government has already approved a grant of £100,000 to support the scheme.
Eden in Cornwall brings in a 1m visitors each year - and could provide a huge boost to Morecambe's tourist trade.
The designs published today show a series of pavilions inspired by mussels, which could house a variety of environments.
The plan is for a destination that combines indoor and outdoor experiences, connecting people with the internationally-significant natural environment of Morecambe Bay while also enhancing well-being.
Its vision of a seaside resort for the twenty-first century includes reimagined lidos, gardens, performance spaces, immersive experiences and observatories.
Eden is working with Grimshaw, the architecture firm who designed its world-famous Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes, to create this unique structure for Morecambe with a focus on the marine environment.
A prime site on the Morecambe seafront is the proposed location for Eden Project North.
The area was formerly occupied by the Bubbles swimming pool and Dome theatre.