Unlock the Past Heads to Scotland for Who Do You Think You Are? Live in Glasgow

WDYTYA Live - ScotlandWho Do you Think You Are? Live,  the world’s biggest genealogy event, is heading to Scotland in August 2014, and Australia’s Unlock the Past team will be there too.

Held over three days, 29-31 August 2014, at the impressive Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow, in true Who Do You Think You Are? Live fashion this will be a mighty big event.

As with the English version of this event, it will have an enormous exhibition area, attracting vendors from around the world (including Australia), so show go’ers will get to experience a huge variety of family history companies and services under one roof. From all the major online resource holders to libraries, museums and dozens of family history societies from across Scotland and the UK, there is a vast array of exhibitors who can provide the information and advice you need.

For anyone who in interested in cruising and genealogy, or combining a genealogy conference with visiting a bunch of places to sightsee along the way, please stop by Unlock the Past’s stand, and check out the numerous genealogy cruises they have in the works, from now right up to 2016. There really is a diverse range of cruises, and destinations on offer. Unlock the Past are also known as a publisher of guidebooks for researchers. These will be on offer to purchase from their stand. But if a printed book isn’t your thing, or if you’re simply watching the weight of what you buy as you have to take everything home again, all of their titles (as well as hundreds of others) are all available as ebook versions. So you can log on to www.gen-ebooks.com, choose what you want, and instantly download those you wish.

To purchase tickets to WDYTYA? Live Glasgow, or to just check out more about the event, head on over to the www.whodoyouthinkyouarelive.com website. If you are able to attend, the team from Unlock the Past would love you to stop by and say hello.

For more details about Unlock the Past, check out their websites:
www.unlockthepast.com.au
www.unlocktghepastcruises.com

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