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Experience honey at Beechworth Honey Experience. Step inside Beechworth Honey Experience and discover the amazing story of Beechworth Honey's delicious 100 per cent Australian honey. Enjoy the free self-guided educational tour (commencing every ten minutes) to learn all about honey and Australia's amazing beekeepers, and browse historical beekeeping artefacts passed on to fourth generation beekeepers Jodie & Steven Goldsworthy. Taste over 30 different varieties of Beechworth Honey's delicious premium single-source honey - the way nature intended it to be. See the inner workings of a hive from the live bee display, help the kids put the giant magnetic jigsaw puzzle together and look through the microscopes for an up close view of bees. While visiting Beechworth Honey Experience try Beechworth Honey's honey ice cream, honeycomb, creamy honey and sparkling honey drinks and take a look at the honey recipes. You will find lots of healthy ways of cooking, tasting and living with Beechworth Honey.Bee Cause Hire Bikes available - cycle Blossom to Blossom around beautiful historic Beechworth. Adults, kids and electric bikes available as well as kids trolley and pull along bike. After visiting Beechworth Honey Experience, take a walk down the street to Beechworth Honey's second centre, Beechworth Honey Discovery. Enjoy the Bee Inspired Menu in the Food Bowl restaurant and learn all about the important link between honeybees and the food everyone eats. Sip on delicious Beechworth Honey Mead at the historic cellar door, wander through the Bee Garden featuring working honeybee colony and kitchen garden, entertain the kids in the Blossom Bee play space and follow the Waggle Walk to learn about a "Year in the Life of Our Beekeeper". Discover the history of beekeeping in the historical archive or book a cooking workshop. There's lots to discover. For full details visit the Beechworth Honey website.
This is a free attraction
Corner of Ford and Church Streets in Beechworth, Victoria 3747.
Closed Christmas day (25th December).