We provide worksheets for students on the Beekeeping Nature Trail. It is necessary to order at the gatehouse (055/234 1667) and if you are interested in a tour with worksheets, contact RNDr. Andrea Fridmanová, PhD. at least 3 work days in advance (email@example.com, 0917 137 463). It is necessary to pay proper entrance fee for an adult or a child. A guide service is also available. The price for one group of up to 25 participants is € 10.
General information on guiding in the greenhouses and in the outdoor area may be found here.
Thematic visits to greenhouses:
Around the World
The schedule is designed for primary and secondary schools; complexity is adjusted according to the age category of visitors. It deals with interesting species from different areas of the tropical world, introduces well-known useful plants and those from different areas.
Made of Plants
The schedule focuses on, for example, well-known textile species (Agave sisalana, Bamboos, Chorisia speciosa, Gossypium), tropical plants that we know in the form of beverages or meals (Coffea arabica, Theobroma cacao, Oryza sativa, Saccharum officinale) or use them as spices (Piper nigrum, Vanilla planifolia, Laurus nobilis).
Exotics on a Plate
The schedule introduces many tropical plants, the fruits of which we may currently commonly buy in retail chains or experience on an exotic holiday (Persea americana, Musa x paradisiaca, Mangifera indica, Carica papaya, Eryobotria japonica, Artrocarpus heterophylus, Averhoa carambola, …).
Subtropical Useful Plants
The schedule introduces commonly or less known subtropical fruits, such as citrus and other subtropical species (Ficus carica, Olea europaea, Ceratonia siliqua, Diospyros kaki, Feijoa sellowiana, Ficus carica,… ).
The Best in the Plant Realm
Through the schedule, you will learn more about interesting facts and secrets in the plant realm, on the way of life of succulent plants, on the fact that plants also move (Mimosa), on the fastest growing plants (bamboos), on plant dinosaurs (Araucaria heterophylla, Wolemia nobilis), you may learn that plants can swim on floats (Eichhornia) or live attached to the bark of other plants (Epiphytes) and many other things.
Thematic Visits to the Outdoor Area:
Beekeeping Educational Trail
It consists of 13 information boards, from which you may learn more about e.g. beekeeper plants, the life of bees and their benefits for humans, but also about the history of beekeeping. An insect hotel is also a part of the nature trail. During the tour, it is possible to provide worksheets for students (it is necessary to properly order at the gatehouse and pay the fee for the guide service in Slovak upon entry). If you are interested in a tour with worksheets, please contact RNDr. Andrea Fridmanová, PhD. at least 3 work days in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org, 0917 137 463).