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Nebra Bee Nursery

© Copyright by Arthur Brognoli

Description:

The bee teaching garden provides insights into beekeeping from the past to the present.

The fascinating interrelationships in the bee colony are vividly explained to young and old. It is a meeting place for beekeepers and interested people. Young beekeepers are trained, young beekeepers are encouraged and won over, the fascination of bee colonies is conveyed and you can deepen your knowledge of bees and history.
The bee teaching garden provides insights into beekeeping from the past to the present.

The fascinating interrelationships in the bee colony are vividly explained to young and old. It is a meeting place for beekeepers and interested people. Young beekeepers are trained, young beekeepers are encouraged and won over, the fascination of bee colonies is conveyed and you can deepen your knowledge of bees and history.
Every last Sunday in the months April to September from 14:00 to 17:00. There is an expert guided tour through all stations in the bee teaching garden by trained personnel. Please register in time at the e-mail address "falko.breuer@t-online.de" - thank you!

Visitor groups (also possible outside the above opening hours) please book in advance
(Email: falko.breuer@t-online
or phone 034461-23109)!

Depending on the planned length of stay, a cosy setting (coffee and cake, mead, etc.) can be organised.
  • for school classes
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Suitable for seniors
  • for children (any age)
Further information is available at www.bienenlehrgarten.de.

Where:

Address:

Beekeeper association Unstruttal Nebra and surroundings e.V.

Ebereschenweg 8
06642 Nebra
Phone: +49 34461 / 23109
E-mail: falko.breuer@t-online.de
website: http://www.bienenlehrgarten.de/

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