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We’re bursting with tempting honey goods for you to try and fall in love with. From raw honey, as close to the hive as you can get, to exclusive mustards that’ll tingle taste your buds. All of our products are kosher and gluten free. Try our 2 ingredient chocolate truffles as well, you won’t regret it!


Honey Acres, located in Wisconsin, is home to a honey museum, retail store and manufacturing plant. We jar and manufacture all our own products in house. These fresh, unfiltered, raw and unprocessed honey products will succeed your honey expectations and make your taste buds sing. We take pride in everything that goes out of our plant and know you will enjoy it as well.

The following is a little background on when and how Honey Acres Inc came to be. In 1852 Franklin Pierce was president, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published, the Studebaker Wagon company was formed and Our Founder Christian Friederich Diehnelt brought this skill, knowledge, and love for beekeeping from Rosswein, Germany to the meadowlands of Wisconsin.

Diehnelt found Wisconsin’s summer clover and wildflowers to be the perfect combination to produce the sweetest honey. During this country’s Civil War, it was just honey. Now, it’s a long line of products that include mustards, chocolates, and flavored Honey Straws.

Man riding a horse in Honey Acres

Delivering Honey all over South East Wisconsin

Ladies working at the production line, Honey Acres

Ladies on the production line

Honey Acres beekeping boxes in the yard

One of Our original Bee Yards


When was the last time you took a moment too think about the inner workings of a BeeHive? Or even the history of Beekeeping and how it came to be such an important part of our lives? Not to recently? Well a visit to our “Honey of Museum” can change all that. A Beautiful collection of educational displays ranging from historical artifacts to purpose built cut away exhibits, providing a great view into the history of beekeeping and what it means to us today.

Earliest known representation of Beekeeping and Honey Handling

From an exhibit of paintings depicting the earliest known representation of Beekeeping and Honey Handling

Beekeeping in North America

To an explanation of how Beekeeping came to be in North America, and how it became such an important part of our economy

Beekeeping is unique to each part of the globe

Embark on a Journey around the world and see how Beekeeping is unique to each part of the globe

Honey Acres 100 years ago. Visual representation.

Then take a look into our personal History, How Honey Acres came to be take a look into our workshop as it was over 100 years ago.

Dance of the Bees. Bee communication.

Then learn about the Dance of the Bees and how it is one of the most important forms of communication in the hive.

Inside peek into the inner workings of a BeeHive

A truly unique inside peek into the inner workings of a BeeHive! And most important of all don't miss the “Bee Tree” If you look close you may even see them doing a dance!

These are just some of the awesome exhibits in our “Honey of a Museum”
Come on down and explore the rest for yourself!

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