Beekeeping Museum Münstertal



Location: Munster Valley
Suitable for prams: ja

The Munster Valley, one of the most beautiful Black Forest valleys, is embedded in the two great Black Forest mountains Ballon and Schauinsland. There, in the charming district of Spielweg, is the Münstertal Bee Museum.

It is one of the largest museums of its kind in the world and a gem of the valley. In 11 rooms, on over 800 square meters of exhibition space, it shows the relationship between humans and this livestock from the Stone Age to the present. The long way from the former honey hunter ?? about the Zeidler guild ?? to today's modern beekeeper, is clearly illustrated. At the same time, the importance of the bee for the preservation of nature and the environment is made clear. Experiencing the wonder world of bees is a special pleasure for every nature lover. You will be surprised by the variety of our exhibits and the memorable artistic representations. We have a TV room with interesting videos. A diverse collection of minerals and precious stones from the earlier mines can also be seen. A distant one is integrated

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