The fertile crescent of land between the Tigris and Euphrates river, was once a place teeming with vegetation and everything necessary to support a civilization, perhaps the earliest. The Garden of Eden is suspected to once have existed in the southern part of Mesopotamia, now located in Iraq. The lush vegetation and diverse wildlife no longer exist.
Well, Adam and Eve were kicked out if it. Shortly after came the Flood that wiped out everything besides Noah, his family, and the animals on the Ark with him. We don't know where exactly it was though.
People have searched for the Garden of Eden for centuries to no avail. There are various spots claimed as the original location of Eden, but no one can be sure. What happened to the Garden of Eden? The Bible does not specifically say. It is likely that the Garden was completely destroyed in the Flood. Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/garden-of-Eden-location.html#ixzz2OD8A8ZZ8
zack, you got too much time on your hands! here you go again, asking goofy questions!! (just kidding)...;-) everyone knows the garden of Eden is now a tennis court near where I live!!! very awesome...I teach tennis...;-)
We outgrew it. The Garden of Eden is an allegory to pre-agricultural revolution society, to the time that humans were hunters gatherers. Our culture moved forward. The "garden" was anywhere and everywhere. It's an allegory to an historical period, not a specific piece of land confined in space.