The line graph below shows the percentage of tourists to England who visited four different attractions in Brighton.
The line chart illustrates the range of visitors who travelled Brighton attractions in England between 1980 and 2010. Overall, it can be noticeable that, Pavilion experienced the highest percentage of comers in the middle of period.
Moving to a detailed analysis relating to Pavilion and Festival, Festival stood at 30 percent while Pavilion experienced only well under that number in the first of the period. Over the course of three decades, Pavilion saw higher level of visitor than Festival, with peaking hovering at double percentage of the beginning period. Interestingly, both figure intersected in 1985.
Turning into remaining figures, Art gallery and Pier witnessed the similar pattern while visitors were more likely to visit Art gallery than Pier. However, over the last following decade, the latter increased steadily while the former showed reverse and hit a low of less than one in ten in 2010. Astonishingly, both statistics crossed at 15 percent in 2005.