If you’ve participated in Salt Lake City, USA, tuned in to past conferences remotely, or just happen to be curious, this is a tremendous opportunity to brush shoulders with some of the best and brightest in the family history arena and meet and learn from experts in an epicenter of history and culture like no other.
Where is the venue?
The conference is booked for the famous ExCeL London Convention Center, located in London’s Royal Docks area just 20
minutes from the city center and within walking distance of 13 hotels. If you
plan to stay elsewhere in greater London, the Underground
will be the quickest and most economical way to take in the conference and get just
about anywhere else you need to go in London.
What should you expect?
RootsTech London has classes to help you discover more about
yourself, your family connections, and your ancestral roots, no matter your
skill level, age, or interest. Choose from dozens of breakout session topics
over 3 full days, or take in a single day of the conference on a reduced rate pass.
Plan to linger and interact with vendors and product owners of family history tools and resources in the exhibition hall. Bring your family to the Discovery zone for interactive experiences, get help in the Coaches’ Corner, and sample Innovation Alley, which will showcase technological tools to help with discoveries.
Enjoy daily keynote speakers, entertainers, and celebrities,
including the world-renowned singer, Donny Osmond, and international performers
Tre Amici. They will dazzle you with their expertise and inspire you to find
your own individual family story.
Find out more about RootsTech
London to register. Keep abreast of conference plans by submitting your
email to conference organizers.
Make connections with new FamilySearch tools. Meet entrepreneurs and key people at the forefront of technology advances in searching and processing records related to family history. Discover new skills in telling your own story. It’s easy, it’s fun, and promises memories to last a lifetime.
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