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News Current news
The Bükk Region Geopark could become UNESCO Global Geopark
BvGeopark film at filmfestival
Exchange of experiences in the geopark
Volcanism of the European Geoparks in a journal
A new publication has been published about the volcanic heritage of the Palóc Geopark
Imaging and the Fossils
The Novohrad-Nograd Geopark got an UNESCO certificate
SLOVAK AND HUNGARIAN STUDENTS PROTECT NATURE TOGETHER IN A BORDELESS GEOPARK
***Evening astronomy programme at the Bükk Observatory
07/01/2022 9:00 PM -
Our observatory also organises weekly night programmes with telescopic astronomy demonstrations.
Advance booking is required for these programmes, tickets can be purchased HERE. The dates of our scheduled night programmes are constantly updated.Please note that the evening programmes require a minimum of 20 participants and tickets can only be purchased online. You will also see the current number of people when you book.
For the evening programme, we will provide refreshments and sweet/salty snacks.
In case of cloudy weather, there will be a live planetarium astronomy presentation. In case of rainy weather, a planetarium astronomy presentation, film projection and VR tool use will help to forget the cloudy weather.A guided tour of the trail is only possible if requested in advance and a guide is provided.
- Please include your telephone number when purchasing your tickets, so that we can notify you as soon as possible if we do not have the number of people needed to start the programme!
- If you would like to come to the Bükk Astronomical Observatory for a night program outside the announced times, please contact us by e-mail: BukkiCsillagda@bnpi.hu !
07/01/2022 9:00 PM -
Geodiversity and Geotop Days at the Nograd Geopark
To join to the events of the International Geodiversity Day (October 6) on our Geoptop Saturdays (October 7 and 14) special programs celebrate the rich geodiversity of the transnational Novohrad-Nograd UNESCO Global Geopark. At its main gateway, the Ipolytarnoc Fossils Nature Reserve, managed by the Bükk National Park Directorate and at the Karancs subvolcano geosite guided tours are organised.
The event endorses the International Geodiversity Day initiative. The visitors can dive into the past from the Pannonian lake through a volcanic disaster to the Paratethys shallow sea full of with giant sharks at the Geosite of the Ipolytarnoc Fossils.
October 6 (Geodiversity Day) is the Day of the 13 Martyrs of Arad in Hungary, that is why 1 day later, which is the traditional Geotop Day, on October 7, at 10:45 AM at the Ancient Pine Visitor Center a guided tour starts leading through the exhibitions of the Time Spiral and the Geosites and one can touch the wall of the animated past. The guides will explicitly mention and promote the rich geodiversity of the geopark with nearby geosites worth to visit after the tours on the geological study trail.
On October 14 a guided tour is organised to the Karancs subvolcano geosite, which is situated at the state border of Hungary and Slovakia.
The geodiversity of this transnational geopark transforms this ancient world into a borderless landscape.
A report of a previous Geotop Day.
10/07/2023 10:45 AM - 1:30 PM
ValuesSZENT ISTVÁN CAVE
The total length of the passageways of the Szent István Cave is 1,514 m, its vertical dimension is 101 m. In the building in front of the cave you can find the ticket office and a souvenir shop. The length of the passageway shown to the visitors is 170 m, during the trip to and back it’s 340 m altogether, with some stairs.Read more
DEAR VISITORS! DUE TO SUMMER RESERVATIONS THE ONLINE TICKET SELLING IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED AT OUR WEBSITE. . TICKETS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE AT THE TICKET OFFICE.Read more
ValuesMILLENNIUM LOOKOUT TOWER
Inaugurated on Aug 20, 2000, managed by the Bükk National Park, the terrace of the lookout tower of wooden structure offers a unique view to the visitors: the Bükk Mountains terrain, appearing in different colors in every season, the Szalajka Valley, the outline of the forests, and the rooftops of houses of 13 mountain villages to the north.Read more
In the Western Gate Visitor Center of the Bükk National Park Directorate in Felsőtárkány, visitors can observe the flora and fauna of the Bükk National Park through the interactive elements of the exhibition “Karst and its living world”, many times playfully, and they can also learn about the geological formation of the mountain.Read more