Top 10 UK Attractions 2015

We are fortunate enough to live in the UK, a country so packed with attractions that it’s nigh on impossible to see all of them! In some countries, you could drive for 6 hours in any direction and come across nothing of note. Here, however, it seems every 6 miles there is something extraordinary to go and see. Of course, we know a lot about UK attractions. We’ve driving to most of them! And recently, the figures for attendance at every big UK attraction in 2013 were announced, the most up to date statistics available (as of 2015). The list shows the variety of attractions we have in this country, ranging from zoos and nature reserves to theme parks and historical sites. Here are the top 10 most popular UK attractions in terms of attendance. 10. St Paul’s Cathedral Attendance: 2,138,130 Unsurprisingly, all but one of the top 10 attractions are situated in London. The first is the world famous St. Paul’s Cathedral. The site of innumerable famous weddings and funerals, it is still one of London’s most iconic landmarks 300 years after its construction. It narrowly beat out Westminster Abbey, another famous wedding venue. 9. Tower of London A: 2,894,698The Tower of London is best known for being a prison, but it has served a variety of roles since it was built, including being a fort, a Royal residence, and the home of the Royal Mint. Now it is where the Crowd Jewels are housed. Victoria and Albert Museum A: 3,290,500 A museum of terrific variety, the Victoria and Albert Museum houses installations about ceramics, architecture and fashion,...