Explore your Scots-Irish heritage
Your Scots-Irish ancestors proudly called Northern Ireland home and there's never been a more exciting time for a homecoming than right now.
Visit Northern Ireland and you’ll be met with sweeping coastlines, cultural delights and famous hospitality recognized the world over. Beyond buzzing cosmopolitan Belfast, you’ll find the Titanic Visitor Experience, fabulous fairways, the splendor of the Causeway Coast, and Derry-Londonderry.
If that’s not inspiration enough, you can revisit the past and start tracing your roots today.
Just as in Belfast, Derry-Londonderry’s open arts scene is thriving. On the walls of terraced buildings, murals depicting peace, triumphalism and discord are colourful keys to the city’s persona.Wrapped in 17th century charm, Derry~Londonderry remains the only completely walled city in Ireland. But you're more than welcome to come in and join the party.
Home of Champions.
Northern Ireland is home to a gallery of recent major winners, including Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke. How did they get so good? The courses, of course. Whether teeing off at The Ardglass Golf Club in County Down – boasting spectacular cliffs overlooking the sea – or rolling through Royal County Down in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, you too can play like a champion.
Blissfully compact and bursting with colorful murals, Belfast is a charming renaissance city with music in the air and attractions at every turn. With great cafes, bars, galleries and architecture, it is a wonder to explore on foot or in one of the famous Black Taxis. Be sure to visit The Belfast Titanic Visitor Experience to immerse yourself in the rich legacy of the “Ship of Dreams.”