The figures for the Leading Visitor Attractions in the UK during 2015 are now available (ALVA). The top attraction is the British Museum with 6.8 million visitors, ahead of the National Gallery with 5.9 million.
The Top 10 attractions were all in London, with the Library of Birmingham coming no. 11 (1.8 million) and Chester Zoo at no. 12 (1.7 million).
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BM always wins this. Not everything goes into ALVA though
bm has won over several years.
I know. I used to be tourism economist for the GLA