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Toronto Gone Wild

A Taste of Beekeeping in Toronto

What is life like for an urban honeybee? What are sweet and savoury aspects of being an urban beekeeper?

This tasting and talk is co-presented by Museum of Toronto and Urban Toronto Beekeepers.

From vast fields to downtown jungles, the life of a modern honeybee can be exceptionally fascinating and unexpected.

Join Michelle Wolfson from Urban Toronto Beekeepers’ Association for a buzzworthy introduction the city’s honeybee scene.

Explore the sweet and savoury factors faced by urban beekeepers and their bees, and dive into a tasting party where you’ll unlock different flavours of honey. It’s a sweet treat with a hint of bee drama.


Saturday, June 8th, 2024 1pm – 5pm


Admission for this session is free. Register below.


401 Richmond Street West 

Eastern Entrance


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Find the 401 Richmond on Richmond Street West between Spadina Avenue and Peter Street.

The Building

Find our gallery space at the Eastern Entrance of the building, next to the Spacing Store. This entrance is wheelchair accessible. 

The 401 Richmond Building is a bustling hub, we invite you to explore after your time at Museum of Toronto! 

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