Museum Day and EGN Week at the Fossils
In the second half of May the Prehistoric Pompeii of the Miocene Park awaits its visitors with special programs.
Mother Earth Day at the Miocene Park
The staff of the Ipolytarnóc Fossils will collect the rubbish on the access roads of the area in honor of the Earth Day and will celebrate the famous event with a special thematic tour.
Ancient monkey at the Ipolytarnoc Fossils
The Rudapithecus will come to Ipolytarnóc again after its 2014 photo exhibition. Starting at 11 a.m. on March 12, 2022, dr. Laszlo Kordos will present his new book about the fossil ape at a press conference and audience meeting in the Miocene Park. The joint event of the Bükk National Park Directorate and the Novohrad-Nógrád UNESCO Global Geopark pays tribute to the work of the famous paleontologist.
Beardog at the Ipolytarnoc Fossils
An in situ beardog footprint is exhibited at the Tasnadi Hall at the Prehistoric Pompeii.
Shark alert at the Miocene Park
A dangerous shark emergency was averted by the area's staff of the Ipolytarnoc Fossils. Our investigative Petrified looked into the matter. He found out that the feared cartilaginous fish specimen did not swim up the River Ipoly, it followed a different way. But what was it?
EGN Week in the Miocene Park
The Ipolytarnoc Fossils joins to the European Geoparks Week's activity, which takes place at late May early June each year. It is a European – wide festival of the Geoparks aimed at raising public awareness of geoconservation and promotion of the geoheritage of our old continent. Due to the pandemic restrictions only outdoor programs will be available to the visitors this year.
May 1, You Can Come Again
As of 1 May 2021, following the latest coronavirus regulations, with some extra rules our Miocene Park reopens again. The world-famous geosite, managed by the Bükk National Park Directorate, is the gateway to the Novohrad-Nógrád UNESCO Global Geopark, and you can now really enter it, Come and visit us!
The first press release on the footprint of Ipolytarnóc was published 120 years ago
The first national press report about the famous footprints of the Prehistoric Pompeii appeared in the " Pest Diary" on Friday, August 17, 1900, 120 years ago. We commemorate on this event.