Yorkshire Fossil Festival in Whitby
This year, Whitby will be hosting The Yorkshire Fossil Festival over the weekend of 10th and 11th June. The location for the festival is to be Whitby Museum and Pannett Park.
Events and activities will take place throughout the weekend, mostly free of charge, and mainly held at the museum, but some events will also take place around the town. There will be talks, walks, entertainment for all the family and the opportunity to bring along your own finds for an expert opinion. For more information on the Fossil Festival go to the Whitby Museum website Here
Whitby and this area of coastline, often referred to as the Dinosaur Coast, has always been popular for Fossil Hunting. The most commonly found fossils being Ammonite and of course the famous Whitby Jet, which is fossilised Monkey Puzzle Tree. Along the coastline there have been many finds of dinosaur remains. To find out a little more about fossil hunting in and around Whitby, take a look at our Blog Here