Leading Visitor Attractions 2017: English Heritage

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Framlingham Castle, September 2017 © David Gill

The figures for Leading Visitor Attractions in 2017 have been published. The top English Heritage sites are:

  • Stonehenge [17]: 1,582,532 [+14.5%]
  • Dover Castle [88]: 379,740 [+13.9%]
  • Osborne [105]: 308,861 [+16.1%]
  • Tintagel Castle [121]: 246,039 [+7.1%]
  • Audley End House and Gardens [147]: 179,167 [+8.1%]
  • Whitby Abbey [153]: 166,362 [+9.6%]
  • Clifford’s Tower, York [158]: 154,135 [+5.1%]
  • Kenwood [162]: 143,490 [+6.8%]
  • Wrest Park [165]: 137,131 [+10.3%]
  • Carisbrooke Castle [168]: 126,584 [-0.3%]
  • 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield [170]: 123,220 [-10.6%]
  • Kenilworth Castle [172]: 118,090 [+9.3%]
  • Eltham Palace and Gardens [174]: 109,501 [+12.5%]
  • Walmer Castle and Gardens [176]: 109,005 [+18.8%]
  • Housesteads Roman Fort [177]: 108,660 [+6.5%]
  • Framlingham Castle [178]: 106,149 [+35.9%]
  • Bolsover Castle [179]: 104,383 [+13.2%]

Note that Framlingham Castle in Suffolk had the largest percentage increase, while only two sites saw a fall in visitor numbers.

See figures for 2016.

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