The fact that the owners of this attraction can even consider charging an entry fee is pretty disgusting, I’m afraid.
I am a beekeeper myself, so didn’t expect to be bowled over by the place, but after a brilliant visit to the Quince Honey Farm a day or two earlier, I maybe went with high expectations.
What a let-down. I could open my shed at home and have a more impressive and interesting attraction.
I wandered through the gift shop and looked in the “Bee Supplies” room, which was unusual for a place like this to have – as a beekeeper myself, this was quite interesting – but I had only been in there for a couple of minutes before I was ushered out. Apparently this area wasn’t for the mere public…although I was supposed to know this somehow without any signage to indicate it wasn’t an extension of the shop.
The shop was quite reasonable, a nice selection of bee-related goods – but I am afraid the “exhibition” upstairs was abysmal.
If you’re in the area, PLEASE, do yourself a favour, and visit the Quince Honey Farm instead.
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