A living museum

The Living Museum of Beekeeping is also a beekeeping farm. Its doors open to all visitors. During the harvesting season, visitors can witness the extraction of the honey everyday.


The public can easily and safely observe the bees thanks to seven glass hives of various shapes: modern hives, small hives, old fashioned hive, wild hive…

Two small glass hives in particular were designed to help the observation of the Queen bee (here marked with a yellow spot) and of the bees’ daily work in the hive.

Come and see the Queen lay its eggs, the pollen loaded workers dance around to indicate the position of flowers and the honey shine down the combs.