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Musee de l'Abeille, Sainte Anne de Beaupre

(2.3/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • Take the time to visit this wonderful Museum! Come visit these tireless foragers in the heart of their booty.
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  • When I came here in high school, I'm sure they had candle making and bees and all sorts of things. I think they must have changed it because it was a bit disappointing when I brought my kids there 15 ...  more »
  • A wonderful Museum which has become just a shop where they sell honey. Even if the home is charming, it has nothing to do, except buy honey. There is more Museum.
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  • Where: Boutique-Économusée de l'Abeille What: A small museum and honey store How was it: We decided to explore this place on our way back from Charlevoix. It was cute. A great place to stop and stretch your legs and buy some honey ! Grade: Eli = 3, Serge = 4 Recommend : Yeah, worth a stop.
  • Good choice of honey. You can taste before you buy. Some varieties are available in large size. Honey is delicious. Maybe this isn't the cheapest place for honey, but the variety offered and friendly service more than compensates.
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  • The place has changed and my husband and I were very disappointed! It was much better before!
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  • Good products, however, I find their products a little expensive compared to other places.
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  • We are going to the Museum of the bee to visited a Museum, but finally we were told once on the place that the Museum no longer existed. There was no indication of this on their website and it is not tell us when we have them call to book a visit. In any case, I will call this place as being the boutique of the bee where even trying not pique our curiosity.
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