Presented by Pamplin Historical Park

Celebrate National Honey Bee Day at Pamplin Historical Park! Did you know that honey bees are responsible for 1/3 of the food we eat? If bees disappear, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals…Not only will this event pay homage to beekeepers, but you will also explore the art of hand spinning natural fibers. Beekeepers will be here with a Bee Petting Zoo, Haley’s Honey Meadery will bring mead, Honey and Bee Pollen to share. The Clothos Handspinners Guild will demonstrate spinning wheels, drop spindles and the fiber arts. You will meet the sheep that live at Tudor Hall Plantation. There will be special Craft Activities for Children. All of these special activities are Included in Park Admission.