All aboard for Family Tree Live 2020!

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16 October 2019
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Get ready for Family Tree Live 2020 at London’s historic Alexandra Palace, with a wide selection of exhibition stands, lectures, workshops, Ask the Experts, heritage-themed entertainment and much more!
All aboard for Family Tree Live 2020! Images

Wheels are in motion for Family Tree Live 2020 and the show is shaping up to be another fantastic event at London’s historic Alexandra Palace.

This huge family history show follows in the footsteps of the successful 2019 Family Tree Live, with a wide selection of exhibition stands, lectures, workshops, Ask the Experts, village green and heritage-themed entertainment, so you can indulge your family history passions, meet your genealogy chums and make new discoveries in your research – all beneath the warm glow of the stunning rose window in the palace's Great Hall.

All-inclusive tickets

Organised by the popular Family Tree magazine in partnership with the Family History Federation, Family Tree Live takes place on 17 and 18 April 2020 – and all-inclusive tickets are now on sale here, where you can also watch a video for a taste of last year’s wonderful event. Buy your tickets in advance for the best prices.

Free video tutorials

At the 2019 show we invited expert speakers and workshop tutors to our special Interview Lounge to give us their top genealogy research tips. You can watch these free video tutorials on the Family Tree YouTube channel here, where you'll find lots of brilliant advice for family history enthusiasts, from tackling those pesky brick walls to using social media and getting the best out of your DNA test results. Check the channel regularly for fresh free tutorials and be sure to come along to Family Tree Live to learn even more from some of the best experts in the world of genealogy!

Family Tree Academy online courses

Did you know you can take online Family Tree Academy courses for only £7.99 each? The growing selection includes topics ranging from the census and tracing World War I ancestors to exploring The National Archives, ethical dilemmas for genealogists and tracing birth families if you or a relative was adopted, including using DNA for your research. Find out more here or find the full range at https://familytreeacademy.thinkific.com 

QUICK LINK: The Family Tree Academy

All images taken at Family Tree Live 2019 © Karen Clare for Family Tree.