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Our Attractions Development Centre brings engineers and attraction specialists to a single space to research and develop ways to push past what has been done before, adds George Walker, Vice President, Creative Development.
Tourist attraction visitor numbers are expected to increase at a CAGR of 4% over the forecast period due to the elongated impact from the economic slowdown.
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park at West Bretton, Cannon Hall Farm at Cawthorne and the National Coal Mining Museum at Overton, between Hudders-field and Wakefield, are among 16 venues aiming to be crowned Yorkshire's Most Magnificent Attraction 2014.
CUT out and take along the vouchers to your chosen attraction.
Validity dates are different at each attraction - see vouchers for terms and conditions.
Just as within any other market, the popularity of an attraction is dependent on fashions and trends and all attractions have to survive in a competitive market.
John Lloyd, Attractions of Snowdonia Consortium chairman, said: "We have found an excellent private sector partner in Ireland, and the funding will be a big boost that will help to both safeguard and create jobs in the attraction sector on both sides of the Irish Sea.
Nationally, the Tower of London is the most popular paidfor attraction with more than two million visitors, followed by St Paul's Cathedral with 1.
The Bournville attraction was the region's most visited paid for day out, welcoming 503,617 visitors last year, according to the 2007 Visitor Attractions survey from VisitBritain, the national tourism agency.
Bishop Auckland Town Hall was the most visited free attraction in 2007 with 250,000 visits.
The Tower of London becomes the most visited paid attraction in England with nearly 2.
Only one other attraction in Britain increased its visitor numbers more than Alnwick Garden between 2004 and 2005.