On August 14, 2020, the day of the celebration of the Honey Saviour, the honey Museum opened in the Berezinsky biosphere reserve.
The Museum is designed by the team of the peasant farm "Honey Family"
The Museum will perform the task of environmental education of citizens of different age categories, introduce people to beekeeping and the consumption of healing and delicious honey.
The Honey Museum in the reserve is, first of all, an opportunity for honey lovers to touch the mysterious and interesting world of bees, taste honey from different plants, and trace the history of human-bee friendship.
The Honey Museum is a call to people to love and protect nature, to enjoy communicating with it through bees.
Materials (beehives, frames, equipment, etc.) collected from different parts of our country were used to create the Museum.
The exhibition presents both old-style beehives (boards, sun beds, etc.) and the most modern beehives that are used in most industrial apiaries around the world.
The Museum displays apiary tools and equipment, herbariums and seeds of honey plants, as well as honey samples.
Over time, the Museum's exposition will be updated with new exhibits about the life of the bee family and the work of the beekeeper.
Entrance fee with excursion service in the Museum of honey:
- adult - 5 rubles.
- children's - 2 rubles.