Aerial View of Trinity c. 1957

This photo was recently discovered in the collection. It was taken some time after the Moyne Institute was built (1953) but before the Berkeley Library (1967).

The angle is slightly different, but it may well be related to the 1957 photograph which was used to recruit architects for the design of the Berkeley:

Aerial photo of Trinity College, Trinity Geological Museum Collection

TGM at Culture Night 2019

Culture Night Logo RGB 300ppiJoin us at the Trinity Geological Museum for Culture Night! 

The ‘Story of the Earth’ exhibition highlights the geological evolution of the planet, with displays of rocks, minerals and fossils. Discover some of the museum’s hidden treasures, retrieved from storage for the occasion – including Ichthyosaur bones, fossil fish, volcanic rocks and beautiful minerals. Come see the Attenborosaurus, named after Sir David Attenborough!

When: Friday, September 20th 2019, 4PM-9PM

Where: The Trinity Geological Museum is currently located at the Trinity Technology and Enterprise Center (TTEC) and can be accessed from Macken Street.

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Entrance to the museum on Macken Street.



Welcome to the Trinity Geological Museum page! The aim of this site is to bring some of our specimens and displays to a wider audience, as we are not currently open on a daily basis. As we work through cataloguing and inventory we will highlight some of our discoveries on this page, so we hope that you follow along.