Thursday, 1 August 2019

Tracing your Irish Ancestors conference in June 2020

From the Ulster Historical Foundation (

Book today for one of our conferences and take advantage of the current exchange rate

Are you already thinking of what to do or where to go for your 2020 research trip? Or are you thinking there may still be time to travel in 2019? Sign up to one of the Foundation's family history research programmes today and save up to $160 on your booking.

Given the current low value of sterling (GBP) against other currencies now is a particularly good time for overseas visitors to book their 2020 getaway. The current exchange rate values will ensure overseas delegates can make a very tidy saving on the cost.

Tracing your Irish Ancestors: Family History Conference
10 - 17 June 2020

Our classic 8-day conference programme returns in June 2020!

This programme will include brand new tours to famous historic sites across the island of Ireland and crucially, for the research enthusiast, all your time can be spent researching in the archives of Belfast and Dublin with the Foundation's team of researchers (or a mix of the two).

Assisted personal research, talks, tours and sightseeing are all part of the eclectic, friendly and fun mix of Tracing Your Irish Ancestors. Join us for the journey. We will be delighted to see you.

Click here to find out more about our June 2020 family history conference.

June 2020 Highlights

To uncover the history of this place, our extensive programme of tours throughout the week will take you through rolling countryside to sites of international renown from the Giant’s Causeway on County Antrim’s wild Atlantic coast to the famous and historic Walls of Derry and Hillsborough Castle, the official Northern Ireland palace of the Royal Family!

Our 2020 June programme will see delegates:
  • Journey into the heart of County Down, enjoying visits to Hillsborough Castle, Killyleagh Castle, Inch Abbey and the St Patrick's Centre.
  • Take a trip through Belfast and south County Antrim, enjoying visits to one of Belfast's most interesting visitor attractions at Crumlin Road Gaol and Ireland's oldest and best preserved Norman citadel at Carrickfergus.
  • Experience brand new tours to some of Dublins most popular visitor attractions - locations to be announced soon.
  • And along with visits to Hillsborough Castle, Carrickfergus Castle and Inch Abbey, our June 2020 programme will see delegates tour the churches, castles and causeways of Ireland.

Further details at - book now with just a £350 deposit


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