Our ancestry tours of England are the perfect way to explore your family heritage. These private tours can be arranged for any number of days, accompanied by a tour guide who specializes in ancestral history. Many families left England in search of a new life, and today millions around the world can trace their roots back to England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Ancestry Tours of England
Our ancestry tours are custom-built based on your family history. They are available across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Some clients have a well-researched family-tree that has lots of information about the people, stories and locations of their English ancestors. This could include street names, schools, churches and cemeteries that are linked to the lives of their ancestors.
Other clients might just a have a few pieces of information, such as a surname or a place name. In these cases, we use genealogy experts who conduct research to find out more about your family history.
For more details on how an ancestry tour can be created for your family story, please fill out the enquiry form below.
Ancestry Tours of England
Millions of Americans can trace their roots back to England, and there are lots of sites in England that celebrate the connection between England and the US. This includes the Benjamin Franklin House in London, George Washington’s Ancestral Home in Northampshire, The American Museum in Bath, along with many other American Landmarks in England.
There are also lots of regions in England that have a strong connection with North America. For example, many famous Americans have ties to the region of Essex. This includes notable people such as John Winthrop, one of the leading figures in founding the Massachusetts Bay Colony who served as governor. His son would go onto to be one of the founders of the Connecticut Colony.
The Mayflower is synonymous with the deep US-UK historical relationship. This is the ship that carried the Pilgrims from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, where they established the first permanent New England colony. Today over 30 million US citizens are descended from the 102 passengers and approximately 30 crew who sailed on the Mayflower ship that landed in Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts, in the harsh winter of 1620. Today, there are many locations in the UK that are linked to the Mayflower Story including the cities of Plymouth and Southampton.
An ancestry tour of England can be combined with a visit to some of these fascinating American landmarks.
Please fill out this form with details of the kind of ancestry tour you are looking for. Our private tours are available from a number of different starting locations including London, Manchester, Glasgow or cruise ports such as Southampton, Liverpool or Dover.
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