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Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven, Davis

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The Honey Bee Haven is a unique outdoor museum where visitors can observe and learn about bees, other insects, and the plants that support them. The half-acre garden was planted in the fall of 2009 and is open year-around from dawn to dusk. Admission and parking are free. Guided tours, which take 45 to 60 minutes, are scheduled from mid-March to September for a $5 per person fee with a minimum of 5 people. Tours must be reserved in advance. To request a tour, go to http://hhbhgarden.ucdavis.edu/visit-us/reservation

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Groups of 10 or more who wish to visit on their own should make a reservation to ensure there are no conflicts. Please email hbhinfo@ucdavis.edu to request a time slot.

For a safe, enjoyable visit please stay on the garden paths, do not eat any of the crops or remove anything from the garden, and keep all dogs on leash.
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  • It appears that many plants have died over this summer. the garden was interesting none the less. a quick 20 minute maximum walk through for the entire garden. would recommend a visit in the spring....  more
    It appears that many plants have died over this summer. the garden was interesting none the less. a quick 20 minute maximum walk through for the entire garden. would recommend a visit in the spring....  more »
  • My family and friends spent an interesting two hours at the Bee Haven. Unfortunately, there is only one full time person who takes care of the Haven so volunteers are relied upon. Also the funding... 
    My family and friends spent an interesting two hours at the Bee Haven. Unfortunately, there is only one full time person who takes care of the Haven so volunteers are relied upon. Also the funding...  more »
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  • Fun and unusual park?/museum? Outdoors showing a variety of plants and bushes that support bees. It was quiet when we visited, and very relaxing. Also saw partridges and lizards. Not a large place. Easy to visit.
  • Lovely spot that I found by accident while riding my bicycle. Gardens with all kinds of plants that bees love. Especially liked the colorful signs with pictures to educate you as to the importance of bees and what is planted.

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