Bees are some of the busiest creatures around. And local bees at the Honeybee Centre are no exception! Take a trip to this little gem in Surrey, at the crossing of Fraser Highway and Highway 15, and enjoy a unique and exciting experience for the entire family.
The Honeybee Centre is the place to get this delicious and naturally sweet food that proves to have a lot more uses than just a spread on your morning toast. Sample the different and unique flavours of honey available in their tasting room*. From Blueberry to Cinnamon, you will be surprised by the different flavour combinations available, and all the honey is made in house. Purchase candy sticks and other treats made from this natural alternative to sugar, the list includes candles, soaps, and beeswax.
The Honeybee Centre is not only the place to get your honey but also houses a café, a beekeeping farm and a honey production site, as well as a dedicated site to “bee” informed on all matters of bees and honey.
If you’re a “busy bee” (we couldn’t resist!), relax in the Beestro Cafe for a tranquil place to sit back and savour a cup of tea. This unique greenhouse tea room also provides delightful treats like their fresh scones served with honeycomb.*
Did you ever wonder how bees make honey? The Honeybee Centre provides an educational hub for honeybee education. Take a Honey Extraction Workshop with your family and learn all about bees and the important role they play in our lives. Learn about how honey is made, where honey comes from and how it gets from the hive to the jar! AND… taste raw honey from the frame. Watch as honey from the local Community Bee Garden hives is uncapped by hand and extracted from the comb. Take a taste of fresh honey then watch it being bottled.
Stop by the Honeybee Centre and you are sure to have a bee-utiful time!
Honey Extraction Workshops take place on September 30, October 7 (adults only) and October 14. Pre-registration is required.
7480 – 176 Street
604 – 575 – 2337 (BEES)
*Please note that due to Covid-19, the honey-tasting station and the Beestro Cafe are currently closed.