The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) published on 7 March its members’ visitor figures for 2015. Overall 124.4 million visits were made to the top 230 ALVA sites. A staggering 65,218,272 people visited attractions in London and the top three most visited sites were the British Museum, the National Gallery and the Natural History Museum.
Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral came in at 14 and 16 with 1,664,850 and 1,609,325 respectively
And York Holy Trinity looked after by the Churches Conservation Trust, Alliance member saw visitor numbers increase by 20% to 67,744.