Colourful images of holidaymakers, as American tourists are whisked away from their cruise ship to visit some of Northern Ireland's most iconic locations.
In the 1950s, Northern Ireland was a popular stop-off point for American tourists. Many arrived on grand ocean liners, such as the RMS Caronia. Here we see these visitors being shuttled around in gleaming buses, exploring the grounds of Parliament Buildings, Stormont and being greeted with traditional hospitality in Bangor.
This film was digitised as part of the BFI's Unlocking Film Heritage project.