Now one of Britain’s leading honey farms and a tourist attraction, Quince Honey Farm in South Molton is a family run business which was first established in 1949 by George Wallace and two hives of bees.
It offers a great day out for all ages, with something happening every hour of every day. Join a Guided Tour of the unique BeeWorld attraction and see millions of bees (all housed behind protective glass), watch a Beekeeping Demo and hold a frame of bees, sample their delicious honeys, try your hand at rolling a beeswax candle, enjoy a bee themed talk, encounter some creepy crawlies in the Critter Cabin, and get suited up to take part in Be a Beekeeper where you will be guided through the inner workings of a live beehive.
Added to that is the large indoor play area and outdoor play area, perfect for the kids to buzz around, Quince Café serving up tasty treats including their special honey cream tea, and the onsite shop selling their range of delicious honey and honey products.
Admission charges apply, but entrance to the shop and café is free, so feel free to pop in for a coffee and to browse the shop.
Quince Honey Farm is recognised by the Devon Association of Tourist Attractions as one of ‘Devon’s Top Attractions’ and won the Visit Devon Tourism Silver Awards 2017 for Best Small Attraction of the Year, Artistic, Cultural & Learning Experience of the Year, and Guided Tour of the Year.