Scotch-Irish or Ulster Scots are names for the same people and are given to the people who left Scotland in the seventeenth century and settled in the north of Ireland, mainly as various waves of the Plantation of Ulster.

In many cases they stayed only one or two generations before moving on to North America. The new people brought new customs to Northern Ireland and this is evident in our culture and heritage today.


Please note these are suggested ancestral clan tours and we can create and advise to your requirements.