The Centre of London is home to 6 out of the 10 most visited UK attractions

The Centre of London is home to 6 out of the 10 most visited UK attractions

18 March 2016

A diverse and regenerating Cultural spine runs right through the Centre of London on both sides of the Thames.

In 2015, 6 of the top 10 most visited tourist attractions in the UK were in the Centre of London, according to AVLA statistics. The total number of visitors amounted to circa 28 million, brilliantly showcasing the thriving Midtown and South Bank areas, at the very Centre of London.

The Centre of London spine that runs from King's Cross station, across the river and into the South Bank, is built up of a variety of 'hotspot' destinations, including some of the most acclaimed Educational Centres and Cultural Attractions in the World. Activating the ground floor of buildings, providing inspiring public realm and continually surprising and delighting the millions of visitors is the challenge to the Property market.

The 6 destinations that placed in the UK's top 10 tourist attractions for 2015 were:

1st  British Museum  (6,820,686)
2nd  The National Gallery (5,908,254)
4th  Southbank Centre (5,102,883)
5th  Tate Modern (4,712,581)
8th  Somerset House (3,235,104)
10th  National Portrait Gallery (2,145,486)


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