Tour Our Hives

If you’re interested in bees and nature, want to explore the life and art of being a beekeeper, or you’re looking for a unique photo opportunity, this is the perfect opportunity for you.

We do these tours with individuals, groups, kids, and we’ve found that it’s a great adventure for families to help teach their kids about the environment.

These are fun, hands-on tours that allows you to see how bees live and work within their hive. We’ll discuss the basics of honey bee biology, their hierarchy, behavior and how they produce honey. This is a great opportunity for a Q&A as well.

For private tour, we tailor it to your interests and schedule. Once you’ve ordered your tour, we’ll schedule with you directly if we haven’t already agreed upon a time. Private tours start at $150 and include access to digital photos of the experience, 2-3 hours with our experts, fun information about bees tailored to you and your interests, and in-hive experience with live bees

About our hive tours:

  • Learn how we extract honey
  • Tour our bee farm, honey house, and operating apiary
  • Experience the inside of the bee hive
  • Learn about bees and bee biology
  • Experience how a bee farm operates
  • Explore different types of bee hives
  • Photo opportunity with live honey bees
  • Hang out with our Texas beekeepers!

No tour is the same because no hive inspection is the same – we’ll talk about the hives as we go through them and learn what’s happening in real-time.

Private tours start at $150 for 2 people and our public tour tickets range from $40-60 per person. `

These experiences are unique and very in depth – you will learn a ton, have photos to share with your friends, and get a ton of value for your purchase.

What to wear:

  • Close-toed shoes (high tops or boots recommended)
  • Something comfortable
  • We will provide bee suit and water

If weather causes Prime Bees to cancel the event, you will be given the opportunity to reschedule or receive a refund.

We offer limited public tours each season so be sure to reserve your spot. We only do tours during active bee seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall) and our schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, etc.