Where to find beehives in Nashville, TN

Bonus: The queen bees at the Tennessee Agricultural Museum and the Adventure Science Center are named “Bee-ba McEntire” and “Queen Dolly,” respectively. Keep reading for what to know about these local beehives.

A view of "The Hive" at Adventure Science Center

Head to the third floor of the Adventure Science Center to say hello to “Queen Dolly” and the other bees. | Photo via @adventuresci

You may already know about the beehives at Centennial Park, but bee-lie-ve it or not, that’s not the only place bees are buzzing around town these days.

🐝 Tennessee Agricultural Museum, 404 Hogan Rd. | Visit the new observation hive installed by the Nashville Area Beekeepers Association and see if you can spot the queen bee.

🐝 Adventure Science Center, 800 Fort Negley Blvd. | The Adventure Science Center’s new observation beehive is located on the third floor, also installed with the help of NABA. The exhibit is included with admission.

🐝 Kimpton Aertson Hotel, 2021 Broadway | The two hives on the 17th floor will produce local honey for the hotel and its onsite restaurant, Henley. To celebrate their buzz-worthy arrival, book a staycation with the “Bee Kind to Nashville” package.