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Return to Your Roots Ireland Tour
Presented by the Irish American Heritage Museum
September 19-27, 2014
|Slieve League Cliffs
Join the Museum for a fantastic heritage tour of Ireland. Visit Dublin, Belfast, Derry, Sligo and many more communities and villages along the way This trip includes: roundtrip airfare from JFK to Ireland via Aer Lingus; Seven (7) nights at First Class Hotels; Full Irish Breakfast daily; Six (6) Hotel Dinners plus dinner & entertainment at a popular Dublin venue; Visits/admissions to: Titanic Belfast Experience, Buncrana Castle, Dunree Military Museum, Tower Museum, Slieve League Cliffs with shuttle, Carrrowmore Megalithic, Ceide Fields, Bru na Boinne Visitor’s Center, Tombs at Newgrange or Knowth’, Kilmainham Jail, Dublin Castle, Dublinia, Viking Adventure, Trinity College, and the Book of Kells; Step-on guided tour of Belfast and walking tour of Derry; All transportation and sightseeing via deluxe touring motor coach with the services of a professional Irish driver/guide throughout; and a Celtic Tours Flight Bag and Portfolio of travel documents. This is a trip that you do not want to miss. For more information and a registration form visit
The Museum is unique in America, where almost 36 million individuals claim Irish ancestry. It is committed to the basic tenet that preserving one’s heritage is vital to providing a cultural and historical foundation to future generations of Americans.
Our museum in Albany, New York, provides year-round access, especially by school groups, to our exhibits, our Paul O’Dwyer Library, lectures, presentations, film screenings, book signings and other special programs.
The Museum was an integral force in requiring instruction in New York State’s public schools about the Irish Famine of 1845-1853. Further, we are the first Museum of its kind here in America to have exhibited at the National Library in Dublin.
The Irish American Heritage Museum is a permanently chartered 501(c)3 non-profit with an educational mission: To preserve and tell the story of the contributions of the Irish people and their culture in America, inspiring individuals to examine the importance of their own heritage as part of the American cultural mosaic.