Special holiday pricing on UHF conferences

The Ulster Historical Foundation (UHF) has announced a Special Easter holiday price on their upcoming June and September conferences. If you register by April 27, 2017, the cost to participate is just 799.99 GBP (approximately $1000 USD).

Here are conference details provided by UHF:

Running from 14-21 June 2017 and 06-13 September 2017, our conferences offer a new programme which combines a varied and exciting mix of tours which will take in the spectacular scenery and historical sites of Ireland and research opportunities in the archives (including PRONI, the National Library and National Archives in Dublin) and talks from acknowledged experts.

New features for Tracing your Irish Ancestors June 2017

  • Pre-Conference Irish Genealogy Essentials Course
  • Guided tour of both Knowth and Newgrange (visit confirmed) passage
    tombs at Bru na Boinne.
  • Tour of south Antrim including,Carrickfergus Castle, one of the best
    preserved medieval structures in all of Ireland.
  • Extended stay in Derry/Londonderry to take in such sites as: St
    Augustine’s Church, the Tower Museum, the Siege Museum, the Long Tower
    Church and more!
  • A visit to Ireland’s only accessible rope-bridge at Carrick-a-rede.
  • A stop at Ireland’s highest pub.
  • A tour of Sentry Hill – an authentic old Ulster farmhouse showing life in rural Ulster during the 19th and 20th centuries.
  • Hill of the O’Neill – Ancient capital of Ulster: Stand atop the stronghold of the famous O’Neill dynasty and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

New features for Tracing your Irish Ancestors September 2017

  • Pre-Conference Irish Genealogy Essentials Course
  • Tour of Newgrange passage tombs at Bru na Boinne.
  • Extended stay in Derry/Londonderry to take in such sites as: St Augustine’s Church, the Tower Museum, the Siege Museum, the Long Tower Church and more!
  • Tour of Co. Down including a trip to Down Cathedral, said to be the
    burial place of St Patrick.
  • Tour of the Georgian City of Armagh, the Ecclesiastical Capital of
    Ireland.
  • A visit to Ireland’s only accessible rope-bridge at Carrick-a-rede.

For more information and guidance on how to register for the June event please see www.ancestryireland.com/family-history-conference/summer/

For more information and guidance on how to register for the September
event please see www.ancestryireland.com/family-history-conference/autumn/

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