Britons are losing out on some of the UK’s most popular attractions by staying at home.
COvid has largely put a halt to international tourists flocking to the UK to see its amazing attractions. With so many Britons opting for a staycation this year, the findings of a new survey are startling: the majority of Britons have yet to visit some of the country’s most popular attractions.
Britons may be losing out on some of the country’s most popular sites.
According to a new study, the majority of Britons have never visited or even heard of some of the top UK attractions.
Many people are unaware of the locations utilized in major films and TV shows like Harry Potter (Lacock Abbey) and Sherlock Holmes (Cliveden House).
The majority of Britons had never heard of the attractions.
When visitors arrive in London, they make a beeline towards the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral.
The majority of Britons, on the other hand, have never been.
Fifty-seven percent of Britons have never visited the Tower of London, while seventy percent have never visited St Paul’s Cathedral.
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Only around a third of Britons have visited the British Museum, which attracts 6.2 million people annually from all over the world.
Stratford-Upon-Avon is a major tourist site, with over six million tourists each year.
However, the birthplace of Shakespeare isn’t high on the list of locations to visit in the United Kingdom.
Only three out of ten people made it.
Chester Zoo has been visited by a fifth of Britons.
The zoo, on the other hand, is the UK’s third most popular paid attraction.
Even Harry Potter attractions are underappreciated in the United Kingdom.
The first two Harry Potter films were shot on location at Lacock Abbey and its ‘Hogwarts’ hallways.
Only 13% of Britons had heard of it, however.
Titanic Belfast is one of the least popular, with only 4.9 percent of Britons visiting it.
Cliveden House was the scene for Sherlock Holmes, and Meghan Markle even spent her last night as a singleton there before marrying Prince Harry, despite the fact that it was unknown to 84 percent of the populace.
Britons appear to have a strong desire to experience the outdoors and have voiced a desire to explore more of the country’s natural treasures.
The Fairy Pools on Scotland’s Isle of Skye came out on top as the most popular site for Britons to add to their bucket lists.
Despite being the third least visited, the Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy, Wales, was a popular option. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”