Book your tickets now for Family Tree Live

By Rosemary Collins, 9 March 2020 - 2:18pm

The popular family history show returns to London's Alexandra Palace on 17 April for the second year

Family Tree Live

Tickets are on sale now for Family Tree Live as the family history show returns next month, following a successful opening in 2019.

Family Tree Live, organised by Family Tree magazine and sponsored by FamilySearch and FamilyTreeDNA, opens its doors on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 April 2020 at London’s Alexandra Palace.

Attendees can look forward to two action-packed days of family history fun and learning.

Helen Tovey, Family Tree editor, said: “Family Tree Live 2020 is going to be another wonderful event for family history fans whatever stage of research you are at.

“With plenty of entertainment to keep your young genealogists enthralled too, why not bring the whole family?

“Hop aboard the Family Tree Live bus for an unforgettable experience in this special anniversary year marking 75 years since the end of the Second World War.”

Family Tree Live again offers a full programme of lectures by leading experts, with top tips on family history sources, military records, DNA research and more.

Eight streams of workshops will also be running for more hands-on family history learning.

Seats in the workshops are going quickly, so book now to avoid disappointment!

The Great Hall will be packed with stalls from leading family history companies, societies and archives, giving visitors the chance to buy family history goodies and make new connections.

There will also be one-on-one Ask the Experts consultations with professionals from the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives.

When visitors need to take a break from family history research, they can enjoy living history displays, a discovery zone and vintage games for younger members of the family on the Village Green.

Tickets to Family Tree Live are on sale now and cost just £24 for the weekend or £13 per day (£15 on the door).

 

 

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