London Dominates England’s Top 10 Summer Attractions
The latest VisitEngland survey has revealed that 8 of the top 10 English visitor attractions are based in the UK capital of London!
This probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise, as there are so many things to do in London and the city is a hotspot for tourism, both for UK-based and overseas visitors.
This survey of England’s attractions measures the number of visitors to various attractions at the end of any given summer, among other data.*
The British Museum topped the list with a whopping 6,701,036 visitors; over 3 times as many as the number 10 attraction, St Paul’s Cathedral. Perhaps surprisingly, the well-loved London Zoo narrowly missed out on a top 20 position, coming in at number 22.
Here’s the full list of England’s Top 10 favourite attractions, by number of visitors:
- The British Museum
- National Gallery
- Natural History Museum
- Tate Modern
- Epping Forest
- Brighton Pier
- Victoria and Albert Museum
- Science Museum
- Tower of London
- St Paul’s Cathedral
Do you think London is the best place to go for attractions in summer, or do you think another city deserves the crown?
*Please note that, that while all English attractions are invited to participate in this research, not all choose to do so, and among those participating, a number choose to do so anonymously. The lists of attractions in the report therefore include only those who choose to participate and make public their results.
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