The honey museum was born on the basis of the history of the village - with a population of 500 people, about 20 locals dealt with beekeeping
Traveling from Prešov to Levoča, a national road (not a highway) a few kilometers before Levoča we will see on the right a small wooden house around which there are historic beehives and wooden sculptures that used to function as beehives - it is a beekeeping museum.
The facility is very interesting from the point of view of beekeeping traditions existing in this area of Slovakia. After seeing the beautiful carved and traditional hives of historical character outside and reading the information contained on the boards placed around, it is worth going inside. In the building, you will find exhibitions of basic beekeeping tools that were used in the past to obtain honey. You can trace the entire process of producing and producing honey over many years. In the shop, you can get a lot of competent information about local apiaries and honey producers, and buy some local types of honey and souvenirs. You can also buy various types of herbal teas here.
This museum is really worth recommending both for tourists passing nearby and it can be a great complement to other interesting places in the area, such as Spiski Hrad and Levoča.