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All reviews honey products worth a visit wide range of products honey based honey making short video gift shop interesting visit few hours all ages great place to visit couple of hours free tasting interactive games hives educational information
Visited the museum in the morning with a friend. Got free entrance with a map which had coupons on it (got one from Anavadia hotel in Kolymbia we stayed at). Small, but very practical, informative and educational. Also had some games, videos and even two...More
If you're a Honey lover this is a great place to visit. Only small but very interesting and informative and makes you appreciate how important Bees are to us and how hard they work to produce honey. Staff very friendly and produce in shop is...More
Something different. Fascinating hour spent looking at videos, looking at how bees survive, live in the hive, how the hive is set up and harvested, Also an area where you can buy the items to set up . Very interesting visit and plenty to buy...More
A modern building a little way outside Rhodes Town. A far better experience than we were expecting, though I don't really know what we were expecting!
Lots to see, both for adults and kids, lots of interactive stuff for kids.
Can see live bees within...More
Although not large this is a very informative place that taught us a lot. It has converted my eating habits to using honey in place of sugar and golden syrup. It als reinforces the message about the impotance of the bee to the continued existsnce...More
3 euros to get in, a bargain. Anything that somehow promotes Bees has got to be a good thing as fas as I'm concerned. Its a small museum so don't expect much, but its clean and modern. It has two transparent hives that you can...More
The bee museum is a must-do if you have 1 to 2 hours to fill on your journey. It's a little museum that informs you about the Rhodian history of beekeeping as well as about the bee and the honey-making/honey-collecting process.
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