Quince Honey Farm, Feature
Quince Honey Farm

Quince Honey Farm

If you’re after a day out with all lots of entertainment and learning for all the family, look no further than Quince Honey Farm.

The attraction came to be in 1949, when it was started by George Wallis and his two beehives. Nowadays, Quince Honey Farm is a buzzing attraction offering ample to see and do.

A must when visiting Quince Honey Farm is embarking on a guided tour. This tour takes you all over the attraction, from flower pollination to honey tasting.

You’ll get to see an array of bees up close, as well as get the chance to take home a bee-friendly seed to plant, roll your own beeswax candle and meet a wealth of other insects.

After enjoying a tour of the farm, head to the Nectar Gardens to unwind. Here, you’ll see a variety of wildlife, expert staff conducting research and, of course, a wealth of bees!

To get an even closer look at the bees, why not take part in a beekeeping demo? A beekeeper at the farm will provide you with a behind-the-scenes tour of a beehive and show you the ins and outs of bee life.

Once you’ve seen all that the farm has to offer, why not take the little ones to the indoor/outdoor play area? Afterwards, tuck into a mouthwatering cake at the on-site cafĂ©.

An educational and exciting day out awaits at Quince Honey Farm…

Image Credits: Roger A SmithCC BY-SA 2.0

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