The Fossil Grove is located within Victoria Park, Glasgow, Scotland. It was discovered in 1887 and contains the fossilised stumps of eleven extinct Lepidodendron trees. Regular guided tours of the Fossil Grove and surrounding quarry area led by society members Margaret Greene and David Webster and lasting about 45 minutes will take place on the hour at 1, 2 and 3 pm.
This event is part of Scotland’s first national Geoheritage Festival, which runs from 1-31 October 2017. The full programme for the festival can be found here. More information about Fossil Grove can be found by following the links here.