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If and when you decide to visit, we will arrange visits to the sites that are relevant in your own personal ancestor trail. This may include homes, schools, churches, graveyards etc.
All you have to do is advise us of any information you know already. The more you tell us the more likely of success. Information such as: names, addresses, religion, occupation and dates are very useful. If appropriate we will research for any living relatives you may have here and arrange a meeting.
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Some things you might want to do while you are here looking for your ancestors:
Titanic Belfast tour - see where the great ship was built
Giant's Causeway - wonderful World heritage site on the outstanding North coast
Glens of Antrim - on the way to the Causeway see the 9 glens
Bushmills Distillery - World's oldest whiskey distillery
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum - see the life of Ulster folk over the last 400 years
Ulster-American Folk Park - showing life on both sides of the Atlantic for emigrants
Derry / Londonderry - walk the ancient walls of the second city
Beleek Pottery - see the fine china made in the factory
Lakes of Fermanagh - take a boat to the early religious sites on the islands of the Fermanagh Lakes
Mount Stewart House and Gardens - see the ancestral home of one of the most influential families in Ulster
Famine Village in County Donegal
Scotland - not so far away. Take a ferry across to the land of Robbie Burns
That's just a taste. Come and try it for yourself.