At Muria we continue with our commitment to spread the bee culture with  free temporary expositions related to the bee world.



Exposition a world without bees

Muria Apiarian Interpretation Centre fosters the exposition “A world without bees”, a production from the Museo Valenciano de la Miel. From the question “if bees disappeared, what would we do with their hives?”, 13 Valencian artists offers their artistic vision.


The exposition ‘A world without bees’ was officially opened Friday the 1st April 2016, at 19.00 h, by the director of the Serveis Territorials of Cultura of the Terres de l’Ebre, Ferran Bladé, and it was open from April 1st until 24th April 2016.



Exposition Beekeeping in black and white

Muria Apiarian Interpretation Centre fosters the exposition “Beekeeping in black and white”, a collection of beekeeping photos from different countries and era’s lent to us by the Aula Apícola Municipal from Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara).


The exposition was officially opened on the 24th March 2017 by Francesc Minguell president of Tortosa’s Chamber of commerce and was available for free visits from the 24th March until 17th April 2017.