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World's Largest Bee

306 Main Street, Falher, Alberta T0H 1M0, Canada
+1 780-837-2247
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Worthwhile 5 min detour

We turned off Highway 2 to visit the world's largest bee. Totally worth the time. There are a few... read more

Reviewed July 14, 2017
Chris P
via mobile
Not sure what all of the buzzzz is about

It's a damn big bee! Built to help promote Falher as "The Honey Capital of Canada" apparently there... read more

Reviewed January 29, 2014
Ebell1
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Edmonton
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The world’s largest bee was erected in 1990 to celebrate the first annual Honey Festival; located along Main Street, it stands 20 feet above ground and measures 22’8” in length and 7’7” in diameter.
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Jul 14, 2017
“Worthwhile 5 min detour”
Jan 29, 2014
“Not sure what all of the buzzzz is about”
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306 Main Street, Falher, Alberta T0H 1M0, Canada
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+1 780-837-2247

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Reviewed July 14, 2017 via mobile

We turned off Highway 2 to visit the world's largest bee. Totally worth the time. There are a few plaques about the local history.

Thank Chris P
Reviewed January 29, 2014

It's a damn big bee! Built to help promote Falher as "The Honey Capital of Canada" apparently there are over 60,000 bee colonies that produce 10 million pounds of honey each year from this area. There is no need to worry though, I didn't see,...More

Thank Ebell1
Reviewed June 2, 2013

As the previous reviewer says - it s a big bee! It is no giant perogy (Gelndon) or mallard (Andrew) or sausage (Mundare) or mushroom (Vilna) or UFO Landing Pad (St. Paul)! Do tour the Honey Bunny Honey facility!

2  Thank Dean S
Reviewed April 6, 2012

been there done that its a big bee, what can i say

1  Thank skinnyalvyn
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