Honey harvest in the Rudolfinum
Did you know that you can find several beehives on the roof of the Rudolfinum?
Learn from a specialist in rooftop beekeeping why bees have always belonged in the Rudolfinum. You will find out what the Ambrose Songs are and how such music affects bees. We will also reveal what it means to have a beehive on the roof of a national cultural monument.
In the Suk Hall we will mainly be bottling honey! You will have the opportunity to try unwinding honeycombs and see the tools that a beekeeper needs for his work.
At 4 pm we will move to the roof of the Rudolfinum, where you can try beekeeping yourself.
The event will run from 2.00pm to 5.00pm, you can arrive at any point during the event and leave when you feel you have learnt enough about beekeeping.
We look forward to seeing you!