Strabane Council Website
This website is a key resource for accessing council services and information about the Strabane District.
Strabane Family History Society
The society welcomes everyone who is interested in family history in the area of Strabane and who wants to further their knowledge of this interesting and passionate subject.
Ancestry Ireland – Ulster Historical Foundation
The Ulster Historical Foundation is a long-established, highly reputable research and publishing agency. It offers extensive knowledge on the sources available for tracing Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors. Services include online databases of over 2 million records, genealogy and history books, and personal ancestral research.
Old Strabane Blog
A great collection of photographs, maps, videos of Strabane through the ages plus general information about the town’s history. The Old Strabane Blog is a non profit organisation and their goal is to build up an accurate multi-dimentional map of Strabane that visitors can explore.
National Museums of Northern Ireland
Across five unique sites; Ulster Museum, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Ulster American Folk Park, Armagh County Museum and W5, find out about the inspirational collections that reflect the creativity, innovation, history, culture and people of Northern Ireland.
Go Ireland Accommodation
For a comprehensive list of Ireland accommodation, check out this website.
Books about Ireland
This book publisher & retailer focuses on Irish genealogy books & guides but also sell a variety of Irish history books.
A local Irish community group called Pobal Mhuileann an tSiáin (Sion Mills Community) has set up this website to teach the Irish language. The podcasts and lesson notes are free to download and offer a resource for Irish language learners.
Ulster Cycle Website & Blog
The Ulster History Circle was formed in the 1980s to fill what was believed to be a gap in the celebration of Ulster history – the kind of history that everyone can share.
The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Limited
The Federation was set up to promote and assist with the study and recording of the history, antiquities and folk-life of Ulster, to develop communication and co-operation between local historical groups and between these groups and relevant statutory and voluntary organisations.