Leading Visitor Attractions: National Trust for Scotland

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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum © David Gill

The figures for the Leading Visitor Attractions in the UK are now available (ALVA). The top attraction for the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum with 235K visitors (no. 116). The nearby Culzean Castle was close behind with 228K (no. 118).

These were followed by:

  • no. 156: Glencoe (133K)
  • no. 159: Culloden (117K)
  • no. 191: Inverewe Gardens (56K)
  • no. 192: Bannockburn (54K)
  • no. 199: Falkland Palace (42K)
  • no. 200: Crathes Castle (42K)
  • no. 206: Gladstones Land (28K)
  • no. 210: Hill House (25K)
  • no. 211: Drum Castle (25K)
  • no. 222: Pitmedden Garden (22K)
  • no. 225: The Royal Burgh of Culross (11K)
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Inverewe Gardens © David Gill

Author: David Gill

David Gill is Honorary Professor in the Centre for Heritage at the University of Kent, and an Academic Associate in SISJAC at UEA; Professor of Archaeological Heritage.

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