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BeeWeaver Honey Farm

17 Reviews

BeeWeaver Honey Farm

17 Reviews
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USD 7.18 per adult
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16481 Cr 319 BeeGoods Mercantile, Navasota, TX 77868-6513
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48Buddy wrote a review Sep. 2020
Chapin, South Carolina800 contributions182 helpful votes
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Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the bee farm and meadery. The hives are all around the grounds and it's interesting to learn about the workings of the hive. The gift shop has every cute bee related merchandise you can imagine, plus they sell the honey. The meadery was a fun extra and we enjoyed learning about that as well. Flights of 4 are $12 and they have a nice outdoor patio and picnic area. Great family outing!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Robert wrote a review Aug. 2020
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My wife and I drove up to Bee Weaver Honey farms, in Navasota TX, from Floresville TX. It was well worth the 3hr drive. We were just picking up some Queens. Their staff was extremely nice, and more than informative. On all things Bee, and that was the two ladies in the store. We will most definitely be back to do some tours and seminars!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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hortiq wrote a review Jan. 2020
Navasota, Texas96 contributions20 helpful votes
Not the best of weather to go fly and buzz with the bees but four of us took a chance and visited Bee Weaver Honey Farm just south of Navasota. Not enough people for a tour, but we enjoyed tasting different honey flavors, jellies and meads, browsing the wonderful and unique items in the gift shop, and a talk on bee-life (life span, where they go and when, what they get up to in the hives, different types and their temperaments - a "whos who" in the bee queendom"). Definitely worth going back; they were very welcoming and helpful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kim S wrote a review Nov. 2019
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We took the free tour of the Bee Farm with live Bees and a honey harvesting extraction after the tour. All the staff were friendly and knowledgeable. The information about the hives and Queen Bees were very interesting. The Extraction process was very detailed. We received a free honey tasting of various types of honey. They were all great. The Mead tour was last and very interesting. Definitely recommend going. There are live bees flying around most of the time. I would recommend for children old enough to stand still for 15- 20 minutes at a time, so as not to disturb the bees. If you are afraid of live bees flying around don't go.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Richard P wrote a review Nov. 2019
Melbourne, Australia86 contributions7 helpful votes
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Had an interesting tour of the farm and watched the extraction of honey from freshly pulled frames. Also got to taste the latest mead made on site. Lots of fun and very educational and interesting
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Date of experience: November 2019
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