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The number of visits to a wide range of attractions throughout the UK is listed. There are separate lists for 5 broad types of attraction: historic properties; gardens; museums and galleries; wildlife attractions; and other attractions. The attractions are also listed separately for England,...

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London, UK
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Visits to tourist attractions 1987., 1988, pp 51pp.
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The report analyses the usage and capacity of England's attractions for visitors. Admission figures or estimates for 3117 tourist attractions, over two thirds of which are historic buildings, museums or art galleries are presented. Results show that of the 203 million visits counted in 1986, 56.9...

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London, UK
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Sightseeing in 1986., 1987, pp 63pp.
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Statistics and information on trends in supply, revenue, overseas visitors, opening hours, admission charges, demand relative to capacity, capital expenditure and employment aspects of 2918 tourist attractions in England are provided. A special supplement on visits to parish churches and an...

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London, UK
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Sightseeing in 1985., 1986, pp 55pp.
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A picture of England's architectural heritage is presented in terms of conservation, presentation and public use in order to assist those concerned with conservation as well as those concerned with the marketing and development of tourism. 67 million visitors generated #122 million from admission,...

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London, UK
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English heritage monitor., 1989, pp 69pp.
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The report presents the findings of the 15th yearly investigation into the conservation, presentation and public use of England's architectural heritage. During 1990, 3574 historic buildings were added to the Department of the Environment's list of specially protected buildings, bringing the total...

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London, UK
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English heritage monitor., 1991, pp 70pp.
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The monitor aims to provide a comprehensive picture of England's architectural heritage in terms of conservation, presentation and public use. The statistics are presented for each county as well as for England and the tourist board regions, and relate to 1986, 1987 and 1988. The number of visitors ...

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London, UK
Citation
English heritage monitor. A yearly analysis of trends affecting England's architectural heritage - a vital tourism asset., 1988, pp 71pp.
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In total, a record 233 million visits were made to over 3300 attractions in England in 1987 (6% up on 1986). Visitor spending was also up, by 10%, to #360 million, supporting over 49 000 jobs. Overall, historic buildings are still England's most popular attractions, with 65 million visitors in...

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London, UK
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Sightseeing in 1987., 1988, pp 70pp.
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Attendances at a wide range of visitor attractions throughout Great Britain are listed. There are separate lists for four broad types of attraction; historic properties and gardens; museums and galleries; wildlife attractions; and other attractions. Each of the lists is preceded by a listing of the ...

Publisher
London, UK
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Heritage and leisure attendances, 1985., 1986, pp 30pp.
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During 1985, 30 211 historic buildings were added to the Department of the Environment's list of special protected buildings bringing the total number of listed buildings in England to 367 720. In 1985, listed building consent was given for the demolition of 204 listed buildings as compared with...

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London, UK
Citation
English heritage monitor 1986., 1986, pp 71pp.
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Admission figures are presented for 2741 sightseeing attractions in England. Of the 194 million visits counted in 1984, 54.2 million were to historic buildings, 54.1 million to museums and art galleries, 16.9 million to wildlife attractions, 8.9 million to gardens, and 59.6 million to other...

Publisher
London, UK
Citation
Sightseeing in 1984., 1985, pp 38pp.