Bees have two eyes or a pair eyes. However, these eyes are compound as they contain numerous six-sided components. Some bees may also have three simple eyes or eyes that have no six-sided components. For more information, visit http://nature.ca/notebooks/english/bees.htm
A honey bee has a total of five eyes. They have two compound eyes that have thousands of light sensitive cells and three simple eyes that are called ocelli which helps the bee know how much light is present around them.