Our 2019 programme of events for the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark is ready for your enjoyment. It is designed to embrace the ethos of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in hosting events within the Geopark area which reflect the rich natural and cultural heritage of the border regions of counties Fermanagh and Cavan. The programme is also designed to cater for all interests: from family fun days, heritage and geology talks to walking and food festivals, craft workshops and guided rambles. There is a mix of activities for all those interested in learning more about their Geopark.
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Date: 18th March, 2019
Luan 18ú Márta 1.45pm Páirc Bhoireann an Chabháin, Learga GPS: 54.26, -7.88 SAOR Éist le tuilleadh faoin bPáirc Réamhstairiúil iontach seo i dteanga ár sinsear. Déan teagmháil Séamus Ó hUltacháin +00353 (0) 87 9653178
Date: 06th April, 2019
Join local Geopark Guides for this fascinating “walk and talk” based on the heritage of Belturbet and the beautiful Turbet Island which features the historic 13th century motte and bailey. Please wear sturdy footwear and warm waterproof clothing. Free event. For more information please contact your local Geopark Office on +353 (0) 49 9526121.
Date: 13th April, 2019
Time: 10:00 - 12:00pm & 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Jump on board one of the Geopark Landrovers and explore the stunning scenery of Cuilcagh Mountain Park. Ranging from the rugged upland cliffs to the weathered limestone landscapes on the lower ground, this safari is a chance for you to experience and explore the patchwork of landscapes found on Cuilcagh Mountain. £7.50 per person. This […]
Date: 21st April, 2019
Join local Geopark Guide Andy King for this Early Christian Archaeology “drive and debate”. Please wear sturdy footwear and warm waterproof clothing. Free event. For more information please contact Andy on +353 (0) 876638428
Date: 27th April, 2019
Why not see our Geopark from a different perspective! Join Cavan Canoe Centre and Geopark staff and experience the beauty of Lough Oughter and surrounding landscape which was shaped by the power of glaciers over 13,000 years ago. Learn about the wonderful biodiversity of this area, a designated Special Area of Conservation. Visit Clough Oughter […]