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Uncover your past with

AncestryDNA®

Discover your origins and connect
to family past and present

ONLY

£79*

+ shipping


*Price excludes shipping costs.



Uncover your past with
AncestryDNA®

© HULTON ARCHIVES/GETTY IMAGES

ONLY

£79*

+ shipping

*Price excludes shipping costs.

    © HULTON ARCHIVES/GETTY IMAGES



Uncover your past with

AncestryDNA®

Discover your origins and connect
to family past and present

ONLY

£79*

+ shipping


*Price excludes shipping costs. 

Get started in a few simple steps

Get started in a few simple steps

Get started in a few simple steps

Order your complete kit with easy-to-follow instructions.

Return a small saliva sample in the prepaid envelope.

Your DNA will be analysed at more than 700,000 genetic markers.

Within 6-8 weeks, expect an email with a link to your online results.

Nigeria? Sicily?
What's in your DNA?

AncestryDNA® can estimate your origins to
more than 1,500 regions around the world.

See all regions covered by the AncestryDNA test.

Nigeria? Sicily?
What's in
your DNA?

AncestryDNA® can estimate your
origins to more than 1,500 regions
around the world.

See all regions covered by the AncestryDNA test.

Connect with relatives you never knew you had.

Once you've taken your test, we'll search our global network of AncestryDNA members and identify the people who share your DNA. There's no limit to what you might discover—together.

Connect with relatives you never knew you had.

Once you've taken your test, we'll search our global network of AncestryDNA members and identify the people who share your DNA. There's no limit to what you might discover—together.

Connect with relatives you never knew you had.

Once you've taken your test, we'll search our global network of AncestryDNA members and identify the people who share your DNA. There's no limit to what you might discover—together.

More people tested means more ways to connect.

With more than 20 million people now in our database and the unique ability to connect with Ancestry’s billions of historical records and millions of family trees, AncestryDNA could help deliver the richest family stories—and solve the toughest family mysteries.

“ProGenealogists recommends AncestryDNA as an indispensable tool for family history discoveries.”

Kyle Betit

Senior Genealogy Researcher
ProGenealogists, an Ancestry Group Company

More people tested means more ways to connect.

With more than 20 million people now in our database and the unique ability to connect with Ancestry’s billions of historical records and millions of family trees, AncestryDNA can help deliver the richest family stories—and solve the toughest family mysteries.

“ProGenealogists recommends AncestryDNA as an indispensable tool for family history discoveries.”

Kyle Betit

Senior Genealogy Researcher
ProGenealogists, an Ancestry Group Company

Ali Clemesha

I am your typical looking Aussie girl, a blonde, blue eyed, surfer who grew up in the Eastern Suburbs. Once I decided to do the AncestryDNA test, I waited eagerly for the results, discussing it with my family, my co-workers and even my clients. When I received them, I was very surprised.

“My initial thought after getting my results was, "Wow my ethnicity is a serious mix!"”

My dad’s side of the family is English, tracing back to the Norman Conquest. And my Mum’s side is Italian and Maltese. I grew up very proud of my heritage, attending gatherings with my huge Italian family and hearing stories from my Nonna. And I would bring my Mum’s creative antipasto choices and foods like the Arabic dish Molokhia to school.

Before taking the AncestryDNA test, I truly believed I was made up of only Italian, Maltese and British blood. I was surprised to find the strongest part of my ethnicity is actually from Western Europe – and that my ethnic mix included traces from 10 different world regions.

The biggest shock for me was that I was a small percentage North African. West Asian was also something I certainly did not expect, honestly they were all a big surprise. It seems there is a lot more to my heritage than I expected, which has really raised a number of questions for me.

Mark Carter

Identity is an interesting concept. Many people like to believe that they define their own identity. But in reality there’s much more to it than the decisions we make in our own lives. For example, how much is nature and how much is nurture? How much are we defined by the people around us? Or society, even?

“I started considering how much of my identity was defined by my family history.”

Having given these questions much thought, I thought a good starting point would be to look back and start researching my own family history. When I was young I always thought I was 100% British. My Dad was born in Edgware and my mum in Hampshire. Of course, none of us are truly 100% British and as I got older I learnt that my Dad had Russian great-grandparents on one side and German on the other, and that my great grand-parents on my mother’s side were Greek. So I suppose this is when I started considering how much of my identity was defined by my family history.

When I found out about AncestryDNA, I thought this could be the perfect tool to pinpoint where my family emigrated over the past few hundred years (AncestryDNA can actually go back 1000 years) and give me a focus where to take my search next. When I got the email that my results were ready I felt like a kid on Christmas day. They revealed that I was only 40% British, 25% German and 35% Greek. I’ve now focused my search on these three countries and already discovered ancestors I never knew existed.