The Garden of Eden from the Bible is believed to be located in the Middle East. The Eden of Genesis has been variously located at the headwaters of the Tigris and Euphrates in northern Iraq, in Africa, and in the Persian Gulf. The Eden in Ezekiel appears to be located in Lebanon.
There are plenty of theories as to where it is located, but to be honest, there could be an amazing garden thought to be Eden, but is just a huge amazing garden, haha :) No one knows for sure but God. Also, it is possible that once Adam and Eve left the garden once they had sinned, the garden was destroyed by God or by weather over the thousands of years between then and now.
It never existed. the bible mentions three rivers, yet there are only two that are where they should be. It also never says that the garden was moved, nor does it say that it was destroyed, so since no one has found it, it doesn't exist, nor did it ever exist.
It was near the Nile Valley. This is because more than 10,000 years ago, This area was actually a rain forest. It is hard to imagine but the Sahara Desert was in fact a very wet fertile land until nature changed it. It will be impossible to determine the precise location because the changing nature of streams and rivers. The area would be far different today than in the days of Adam and Eve.
Well, since the Bible mentioned four rivers, two of which still exist, the Tigris and the Euphrates, Bible scholars and archeologists have guessed that it's somewhere in the Middle East. http://www.icr.org/article/1208/ But there are more theories. I think I heard of it being in Mesopotamia, but I'm not 100 percent sure.
Archaelogists and Biblical Scholars have searched for it, for hundreds (if not thousands) of years ... and found no definitive proof of it's location. Or that it even actually existed.
And if you really believe the story ... especially the part of Genesis 3:24. "After he drove the man out, he placed on the east side[e] of the Garden of Eden cherubim and a flaming sword flashing back and forth to guard the way to the tree of life." > If god put guards in place to keep Man away from the Garden, we will never find it.
Perhaps the Garden was removed from our dimension. Or was never in our dimension. After all, the Hopi Indian legends tell that they either fled or were kicked out of another dimension and came here.
The "garden of Eden" is a Judeo-Christian myth- it never existed. It is similar to the myths of many cultures of the region, which either have the gods live in a magical garden paradise or humans kicked out of one.
Read the Epic of Gilgamesh- most of Genesis and Exodus are based on older Sumerian stories.
Somewhere in the middle east in part, probably including the area that has modern day Iraq. The thing is that the earths surface configuration has likely changed significantly over a VERY unbelievably long time since God vanished the Garden. I believe the possibly very extensive area that once made up the Garden may today be spread out over several middle eastern, asian, african and mediteranian countries as well as under several seas and oceans.