The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) has one of the best regional archives in the UK.
Located in Belfast, here there are centuries of records relating to the families of Ulster.
In March 2011 PRONI reopened after its move to new premises in Titanic Quarter, Belfast. The new building is spacious and welcoming. The search room and reading rooms have many more spaces for researchers than was the case in the previous building. There is also an auditorium for public lectures and an exhibition area.
No previous knowledge of research techniques or sources is necessary. The Foundation’s experienced team of researchers will be on hand to assist participants carry out their research.