the popularity of several tourist attraction in Britain (1999)
A glance at the charts provided reveals the distribution of visitors to several types of tourist attraction (namely Wildlife Parks& Zoos, Historic Houses&Monuments, Museum&Galleries and Theme Parks), Theme Parks in particular in Britain in 1999. From an overall point of view, there were differences in the percentage of tourists coming to these destinations
From the pie chart, it is apparent from the information supplied that Theme Parks was the most well- known type with 38% visitor, followed by Museums& Galleries being lower than 1%. In the meantime, the lowest proportion of visitors was recorded in Wildlife Parks& Zoos with no more than 9% surpassed by a wide margin by Historic Houses&Monuments.
With regard Theme Parks, one particularly interesting for highlighted by the figures is that Blackpool Pleasure Beach accounted the highest distribution of tourist with 47%. However 10% was the percentage of vistor recorded in Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland, Windsor. The difference between Alton Towers and Pleasureland, Southport in the distribution was minimal