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Get a Buzz from your holiday and take a trip to Quince Honey Farm. The family-run working honey farm has been producing quality honey since 1949 and has over 1000 hives deep in the North Devon countryside. Visit the world’s largest Honeybee...more
All reviews soft play area behind glass leaf cutter ants gift shop bee keeping bees knees creepy crawlies guided tour candle making rainy day all ages kids and adults great attraction couple of hours great for kids great place to visit value for money
My sister in law took my friend from Australia and myself to Quince honey farm.
In its current location the listed building and we loved it walking around watching the people work below and pressing the buttons to view the bees. Reading all the I...More
We have driven past here many times and finally decided to go in and visit. We were suprised to find it a bit of a home-spun affair but it was very interesting to see, and learn about, the honey making process. Literally tens of thousands...More
We had a great time here. The tour was great and the chap was so knowledgable and friendly. The bee keeping demo was also brilliant and again the knowledge of the lady was exemplary. All in all a great place to visit and lovely staff.
Didn't find the place that interesting, altough I felt it was mainly targetted at children. Products in the shop were quite expensive and didn't find as huge variety of honey based products as I expected.
We arrived at Quince honey farm mostly to just have a peek around as we were in the area and potentially see about having a go at their 30 min be a bee keeper experience. Not having done enough homework I hadn't realised it runs...More
We went to quince honey farm with our young son, we enjoyed the viewing galleries of the honey making process and you can see really clearly as you are viewing from overhead. Millions of bees, mostly confined to the hives and the mechanical hives that...More
What a great little place to spend an enjoyable, educational and fun day, rain or shine but excellent for a rainy day.
Honey tasting enjoyable and great shop with honey produce and affordable souvenirs.
Good talks, demos of bee keeping and critter handling and talks...More
If you want to know more about our Bee's this is a must to visit. The Bee Museum is fascinating and interactive for the younger visitors, also its free just turn up an walk round and watch the bees in the different hives securely behind...More
After a friend of mine has harped on about the place, we came here for a visit as part of our "mystery adventure" of that day. As much as I enjoyed the little tour during which I've learned few bits and pieces, and the honey...More