We offer fund raising tours for groups of 1 to 20 people for a $100 fee. Proceeds support our honey bee research. We can accept cash, credit, debit or cheque payable to the University of Guelph. Please contact us if you are interested in this opportunity.
NOTE: To ensure everyone’s safety, tour participants should arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to the scheduled tour time and will need to leave the grounds after the tour is complete.
Release and Indemnification Form
We require that each person touring our facility complete a release and indemnification form. The purpose of this document is to inform individuals who might be at risk around stinging insects. Please bring the completed form(s) on the tour date. Those with a known allergy to honey bee stings can participate in all parts of the tour except for the demonstration in the bee yard.
View and download our form Release for Honeybee Tour.
We are located at “Townsend House”, Honey Bee Research Centre, 308 Stone Rd East, on the north side of Stone Road between Gordon Street and Victoria Avenue.