MUSEUM



**Our Museum is getting a little sprucing up. Please feel free to visit us, we will be open durring this updating process**

When was the last time you took a moment to 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 too 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. Explore our museum for FREE, view our short film, taste test our varietal honeys and purchase our products in our retail store.
From an exhibit of paintings depicting the earliest known representation of Beekeeping and Honey Handling From an exhibit of paintings depicting the earliest known representation of Beekeeping and Honey Handling
To an explanation of how Beekeeping came to be in North America, and how it became such an important part of our economy To an explanation of how Beekeeping came to be in North America, and how it became such an important part of our economy
Embark on a Journey around the world and see how 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
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. 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.
Then learn about the Dance of the Bees and how it is one of the most important forms of communication in the hive. Then learn about the Dance of the Bees and how it is one of the most important forms of communication in the hive.
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! 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!
Free Admission!
Open all Year Monday Through Friday 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM Saturdays (June-October) 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
For Questions, Comments or Tours
Info@honeyacres.com
920-474-4411