Inside the Bee House, visitors can explore an interactive exhibition. The main attraction is the observation hive: through a glass panel, visitors can directly watch the busy residents within the hive as they dance, build, feed, or clean on the honeycombs. Among them, you can try to spot the queen bee. In the flight path, the foragers often return with fully loaded pollen baskets, while the guard bees ensure that hornets or other intruders don't enter the hive.
At the heart of the Bee House, a large interactive table invites visitors to engage in hands-on exploration. At multiple stations, visitors can playfully learn how bees see, locate flowers, smell, or navigate in the dark.
Additionally, the Bee House features honey extractors, beekeeping tools, bee hives, and various bee products on display.
Information boards not only cover honeybees and beekeeping but also delve into topics like wasps, bumblebees, and hornets, highlighting their pollination efforts and their significance for biodiversity.