World's Largest Bee
World's Largest Bee
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The world’s largest bee was erected in 1990 to celebrate the first annual Honey Festival; located along Main Street, it stands 20 feet above ground and measures 22’8” in length and 7’7” in diameter.
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Double K
Lloydminster, Canada27 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
Cool Bee! It was very large and high in the air. It was made of different materials than we expected. Parking lot right beside it so you can park and get your photo. Also a couple of informational panels to learn about some Falher history.
Written July 15, 2022
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kelgs13
Edmonton, Canada13 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
On our way to Peace River we decided to stop in Falher to see what the buzz was about. My honey was telling me there was a large bee that represents the areas large producing industry. Usually I like to stay on the main road to my destination so at first it stung to take the small detour into town. We combed the area and found the large bee on Main Street after a couple pictures the queen was ready to hit the road again so we winged it to Peace River. Overall Falher is a nice town to quickly stop and sniff the flowers with friendly locals to help you out if you ever happen to get into a sticky situation.
Written May 20, 2019
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Peace_Parrot
Saskatoon96 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
Since I like bees, and it was on the way, we stopped at Fahler for gas and to stretch our legs.

The bee was actually nicely done, but the site itself was sadly neglected. Weeds, crumbling concrete, etc. It would be nice if the village made an effort to fix things up, and maybe add a bit more. I think it is important for these small centers to have something they can be proud to show to visitors (and for their own enjoyment of course!)
Written May 23, 2018
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Chris P
Calgary, Canada91 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
We turned off Highway 2 to visit the world's largest bee. Totally worth the time. There are a few plaques about the local history.
Written July 14, 2017
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Ebell1
Edmonton135 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Friends
It's a damn big bee! Built to help promote Falher as "The Honey Capital of Canada" apparently there are over 60,000 bee colonies that produce 10 million pounds of honey each year from this area. There is no need to worry though, I didn't see, nor get stung by a single bee during my afternoon in Falher. Worth a stop over and look at if you are in the area, not sure if you can somehow arrange a trip out to a honey farm, but the people in town seemed very friendly and I'm sure if you were interested and asked around, someone would be able to show you around.
Written January 29, 2014
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ScotAlberta
Sherwood Park, Canada690 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Business
As the previous reviewer says - it s a big bee! It is no giant perogy (Gelndon) or mallard (Andrew) or sausage (Mundare) or mushroom (Vilna) or UFO Landing Pad (St. Paul)! Do tour the Honey Bunny Honey facility!
Written June 2, 2013
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skinnyalvyn
High Prairie, Canada10 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
been there done that its a big bee, what can i say
Written April 6, 2012
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