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These are the top 40 UK attractions Brits are looking forward to seeing after lockdown, survey says

Feeling the wanderlust? (Picture: Getty Images/Chris Jackson Collection/Jo Hale)

From historic cobbled streets to art galleries, these are top attractions in the UK that Brits are eagerly planning to visit when coronavirus restrictions allow.

Key dates on the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown are getting closer and closer, which, among other things, means that domestic holidays are going to be back on the cards soon.

After a long winter lockdown, people up and down the country are excitedly planning their next getaway.

According to a survey of 2,000 people conducted by Uber, Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens claimed the top spot out.

York’s picturesque street The Shambles came in second, and the third attraction people can’t wait to visit is The Royal Mile in Edinburgh.

Overall, people seem particularly excited to visit London, with nearly half of the 40 destinations on the list being in The Big Smoke.

Kew Gardens got the top spot (Picture: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

The top UK attractions Brits want to see after lockdown are:

  1. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
  2. York Shambles
  3. The Royal Mile, Edinburgh
  4. British Museum, London
  5. Chester Zoo
  6. V&A Museum, London
  7. National Gallery, London
  8. Tate Modern, London
  9. Tate Britain, London
  10. Yorkshire Sculpture Park
  11. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, Watford
  12. London Zoo
  13. Alton Towers, Staffordshire
  14. Blackpool Pleasure Beach
  15. London Eye
  16. Greenwich Royal Observatory, London
  17. Thorpe Park, Staines
  18. Brighton Lanes
  19. Royal Museums, Greenwich, London
  20. Penny Lane, Liverpool
  21. Cadbury World, Birmingham
  22. Buckingham Palace, London
  23. Selfridges, London
  24. Shakespeare’s Globe, London
  25. Legoland Windsor
  26. Houses of Parliament, London
  27. Chessington World of Adventures
  28. Chinatown, Manchester
  29. Calton Hill, Edinburgh
  30. Titanic Belfast
  31. Angel of the North, Gateshead
  32. Fortnum & Mason, London
  33. Sheffield Botanical Gardens
  34. Madame Tussauds, London
  35. Manchester Art Gallery
  36. Castlefield, Manchester
  37. Hamleys London
  38. Sea Life Centre, Birmingham
  39. Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park, Hampshire
  40. Eureka Children’s Museum, Halifax

The Shambles in York, which came second, was previously voted Britain’s most picturesque street (Picture: Getty Images)

Uber’s research found that, on average, people are planning on making up for lost time and taking two staycations this year.

This is pretty unsurprising given 44% of the people they questioned said they felt ‘trapped’ during lockdown.

In England, you’ll be able to stay overnight in self-contained accommodation from April 12, in Scotland from April 26, and Northern Ireland from April 15, while it’s been allowed in Wales from March 27.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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