Top five UK visitor attractions in 2016:
- British Museum - 6.4 million visits
- National Gallery -6.3 million
- Tate Modern - 5.8 million
- Natural History Museum - 4.6 million
- Southbank Centre - 3.9 million
This recent BBC article is saying that foreign visitors to the UK are up, but Brits are spending more time at home too and why not, we have lots of nice things to see and do in the country, but London dominates with the top visitor attractions.
I think if we were were talking visitor attractions it would be a tie between Hampton Court Palace, The British Museum and Leeds Castle.
If it were towns/cities, hard one, London, Bath, Winchester, Oxbridge would all be contenders.
I like a bit of beach though, was at Bournemouth last week and that had a nice beach, so probably North Wales, Devon/Cornwall, South Coast of England would all be contenders. To my shame, I've never been to Scotland, so…