Several key London attractions saw increased visitor numbers in 2008, despite the economic downturn.
The British Museum proved to be the most popular, with 5.9m visitors, an increase of almost 10% over 2007.
But the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) said many of its members were anticipating a difficult year in 2009 due to the recession.
The biggest draws were some of the city's range of free admission museums and galleries.
Friday, February 27, 2009
BM heads visitor numbers in London, UK