Honeybees and beekeeping (adults only)

How busy is a busy bee?

  • Booking essential

Did you know that there are about 30 honeybee hives at Morden Hall Park? Come along to learn about the lifecycle of the honeybee and find out how these amazing insects organise their hives, forage and survive. Learn how you can help these bees and find out what the beekeepers here do.

Suitable for adults only.


Event ticket prices
  • Adult £5.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Online booking closed on 21st June 2017. Some places will be available at the Snuff Mill on the day.
Suitable for adults only.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Please meet at the Snuff Mill. Note that online booking for this event closed on 21st June 2017, but a limited number of places will be available on the day - please enquire at the Snuff Mill.
This event takes place on the first floor so is unfortunately not accessible to wheelchair users.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
23 June 2017 13:30 - 14:45 Sold out online

Contact Info

Morden Hall Park Learning
Call 020 8545 6853

Upcoming events

Honeybees and beekeeping (adults only)

Fri 23 Jun 2017
How busy is a busy bee?

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Watermeads Nature Reserve Walk, fourth Sunday of the month, 2pm

Sun 25 Jun 2017
Did you know that the National Trust has a nature reserve near Morden Hall Park? Join us at Watermeads for a guided walk led by members of Morden Hall Park Nature Group.

An Introduction to Photography (Learning in the Wetlands)

Sat 01 Jul 2017
Sharpen your skills in this fun photography session.

National Meadows Day

Sat 01 Jul 2017
Discover the amazing plants and animals in our meadow as we celebrate National Meadows Day! FREE

Big Campfire: Sat 22 Jul, 6-10pm

Sat 22 Jul 2017
Stay out late for the best bits about camping. We'll toast marshmallows, go on a bat walk, play campfire games and try stargazing. Family event ages 8+

Bat walk (Learning in the Wetlands)

Fri 28 Jul 2017
Head out at dusk with our Learning Officer to spot and listen out for the bats in the park, including from our wetland boardwalk.