Bee Movie buzzes into South Bank
It’s a ‘hive’ of interest and buzzing fun this May Half Term at DreamWorks Tours: Shrek’s Adventure! London as Barry B. Benson, the famous Bee from DreamWork’s Bee Movie, makes his first appearance at the fun family attraction. Between, 27th May – 4th June visitors to the London attraction will ‘bee’ able to meet Barry whilst learning some fascinating facts about why bees are so important to our ecosystem.
Once guests have made their way through Far Far Away they will arrive back to a lush giant garden where Barry B. Benson has made his home for the duration of his stay. Surrounded by fragrant flowers and pollinating plants, guests will be able to get involved in some bee-related games as well as meeting Barry and his friends to hear more about why bees are so brilliant!
Barry will be joined by two Botanist friends who will be on hand to spread the word about pollination and how bees are an integral part of our garden, and everyday life. Featuring games, special effects and a dusting of bee magic, the Bee Movie experience is included in the normal ticket price but advanced booking is recommended as the experience will only run for a limited time of eight days…..buzz off to the website to guarantee your ticket!
Free-Bee Trail to Keep Kids entertained this Half Term at Notcutts
To celebrate the new Bee Movie experience at DreamWorks Tours: Shrek’s Adventure! London, Barry B. Benson and the Shrek team have joined forces with Notcutts Garden Centres across the UK to create a special bee trail so kids and parents can continue to add to their bee knowledge at their local Garden centres.
The free trail will take in fascinating bee facts and will help visitors learn more about what plants, herbs and shrubs to plant to attract bees and other wildlife to their own garden.
The trail is free to those visiting Notcutts centres and includes a ‘Kids Go Free’ voucher to DreamWorks Tours: Shrek’s Adventure! London.
To support the Bee activities the British Beekeepers Association are supporting the activities at both Shrek’s Adventure! London and the Notcutts Bee Trail. George Brown the British Beekeepers Association spokesman commented: “This is a fun and friendly way for everyone in general and younger children to learn about the importance of bees and other insects in producing such a lot of the food we eat.”