It is said that bees enjoy a secret life, but there is a fascinating story behind that life that should be made available for all to witness! Join us for a "Bee incredible" journey, as we explore the work of Apiarists (Beekeepers). You will be guided on a 1.5 to 2 hour tour (depending on the size of the group) encompassing the miraculous work of bees. Bees undertake the extraordinary important job of helping to mature and grow many of the plants we enjoy and providing a food source - honey - that is globally consumed and universally loved. If you're feeling exceptionally brave, you can don a full protective gear and open a bee hive for a closer look into the habitat of bees, the Brood Box (nest). Observe the Queen bee laying eggs, while learning about the unique roles and responsibilities of drone and worker bees. You'll be able to taste the honeycomb (if available) and sample sweet honey from the source; which has been used for centuries for its naturopathic or medicinal purposes. This tasty, unique and exceptionally enlightening experience in beekeeping is a can't miss opportunity for nature enthusiasts and is appropriate and entertaining for all guests ages 8 and up. If you have a large group and need a special date and time, please send a special request. I am consistently listed as 1 of the top 3 Experiences in Metro Atlanta. You will not be disappoint
I'm Edward Morgan, a native Virginian, avid nature enthusiast, businessman, caterer and your host. My wife and I welcome you to our 9 acre refuge, where we grow a variety of vegetables and plants and where I've recently (2 years) taken up beekeeping. As a Certified Apiarist (Beekeeper), I get to experience the wonder of these incredible insects and marvel at the vast responsibility and majesty of their work. I invite you to participate in an informative, engaging experience in a session on beekeeping with me as your guide!
We will explore the 3 different types of bee hives on the 9 acre refuge and help you make the connection between bee pollination and plant life.
All participants will need to sign a waiver of risk before the Bee Experience. Starting October 1, 2019 through Spring of 2020, all reservations will be subject to weather conditions. If the temperature is below 55° F or raining, the Bee Experience will be cancelled and rescheduled.