Educational apiary/honey bee sanctuary
Maybe you are curious how the hive looks like inside or you always wanted to see a honey bee colony in action. What the bees do inside, how the natural comb is made, how their babies look like. And of course, how it will be exciting to find a queen!
June 18th, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
July 15th, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Length: 2 hours
You do not need any beekeeping experience to participate.
The trip includes an open beehive demonstration, so participants will need a protective gear (hat, veil) and closed toed footwear. Long sleeves and light colored material clothing is suggested. Please bring your own protective head gear. A simple bug jacket or a mosquito veil will suffice.
Please prepay to reserve your spot. Limited space is available. Sign up now before you miss out. Due to the limited spaces available, refunds will not be given, if you are a no show.