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survey people who visited 4 types of tourist attraction in Britain 1999

The chart gives information about the most visited places by tourists in Britain in 1999, there were 4 kinds of main places (Theme Park, Museum, Historic Houses and Zoo) and otherwise inside the Theme Park it has 5 more branches that often get visited. Units are measured in percent
Overall, Theme Park and Museum & Galleries got the highest percentage of visitors in Britain 1999 meanwhile the Historic Houses and Zoo had lower visitors. Apart from that, inside of Theme Park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach had most attraction than the others (Alton Towers, Pleasureland, Southport, Chessington World of Adventures, Legoland, Windsor)
In comparison Theme Park had sit the first place it counted 38% in tourists attraction, on the opposite Museum & Galleries had a slight one different number become 37%. Most visitors came to Blackpool Pleasure Beach and the contrast number shown in the chart, 47% more attracted in 1999 above other places.
Despite that, the Historic Houses and Monuments had 5% bigger numbers than the Zoo it around 16% and for the Zoo it was 9%. We were going back inside the Theme Park, the least place in the chart was Legoland, Windsor and Chessington World of Adventures it got 10% attraction from the tourist, however Alton Towers and Pleasureland, Southport had the one different count Alton Towers got it more it was 17% and 16% for the Pleasureland.
The chart gives information about the most visited places by tourists in Britain in 1999, there were 4 kinds of main places (Theme Park, Museum, Historic Houses and Zoo) and
otherwise
inside the Theme Park it has 5 more branches that
often
get
visited. Units
are measured
in
percent


Overall
, Theme Park and Museum & Galleries got the highest percentage of visitors in Britain 1999 meanwhile the Historic Houses and Zoo had lower visitors. Apart from that, inside of Theme Park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach had most attraction than the others (Alton Towers,
Pleasureland
,
Southport
,
Chessington
World of Adventures,
Legoland
, Windsor)

In
comparison
Theme Park had
sit
the
first
place it counted 38% in tourists attraction, on the opposite Museum & Galleries had a slight one
different
number become 37%. Most visitors came to Blackpool Pleasure Beach and the contrast number shown in the chart, 47% more attracted in 1999 above other places.

Despite that, the Historic Houses and Monuments had 5% bigger numbers than the Zoo it around 16% and for the Zoo it was 9%. We were going back inside the Theme Park, the least place in the chart was
Legoland
, Windsor and
Chessington
World of Adventures it got 10% attraction from the tourist,
however
Alton Towers and
Pleasureland
,
Southport
had the one
different
count Alton Towers got it more it was 17% and 16% for the
Pleasureland
.

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