Downtown Tyler

Bee Observation Hive to be relocated to Goodman-LeGrand Gardens

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Keep Tyler Beautiful with the assistance of Daniel Lennon, Flint Farm Apiary, and students from Tyler Legacy High School removed the bees from the Tyler Rose Garden Observation Hive on Tuesday, Sept. 26. The Observation Hive will be permanently transferred to the Goodman-LeGrand Museum and Gardens, located at 624 N. Broadway Ave. in Spring 2024 in order to create a better habitat for the bees, protect the hive and maintain our Rose Garden without potential harm to the bees.

The City of Tyler became a Bee City USA member in 2019 and the original Observation Hive was built shortly after in 2020.

For more information, you can visit or contact Keep Tyler Beautiful Community Coordinator Erin Garner at (903) 531-1335 or via email at

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