Drop in Tourists Doesn’t Stop Growth in Attendance

March 27th, 2019

Attendance at Britain’s cultural institutions grew by nearly 9% last year despite a decrease in numbers of overseas tourists, The Guardian reports.  “Our assumption is that the biggest growth here has been in us Brits going to more museums, galleries and visitor attractions across the UK. The really big growth stories have been in the regions of the UK, particularly Northern Ireland, Liverpool and Birmingham, which is absolutely brilliant,” says Bernard Donoghue, the director of the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions.

Read more at The Guardian