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winners of VisitEngland's accolades for visitor attractions

Winners of VisitEngland’s accolades for visitor attractions

The winners of VisitEngland’s Visitor Attraction Accolades for 2022–2023 have been revealed, honoring the top visitor experiences available all across England. The awards, given to 91 sites throughout England, honor all facets of the visitor experience. They are given in five categories, including “Hidden Gem,” “Best Told Story,” “Quality Food and Drink,” “Welcome,” and “Gold,” which is given to attractions that receive the highest overall scores.

Based on the ratings they achieved following their annual VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme assessment, attractions have been recognized.

“These accolades are a testament to the outstanding experiences and customer service that attractions in England give visitors,” said Andrew Stokes, director of VisitEngland. They also honor other facets of the visitor experience at attractions that go above and beyond, such as providing outstanding food and drink or captivating storytelling. The places honored today go above and above to make visitors memorable, giving people a reason to visit new places and stimulating local businesses all around England.

The VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Accolades, now in their ninth year, are available to members of the VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme for a variety of tourist destinations, including historic homes, gardens, country parks, and farm attractions as well as galleries, museums, churches, and cathedrals. The network of highly skilled and knowledgeable assessors that supports participating attractions provides them with guidance on enhancing and promoting the caliber, accessibility, and sustainability of their offer.  Winning attractions may use the award logo in their marketing materials, online, and at their attraction.

Fiona Pollard, a member of the VisitEngland Advisory Board (VEAB), will also be presenting at the 2023 Visitor Attractions Conference (VAC) today at the QEII conference center in Westminster, London, highlighting England’s world-class attractions.  The VEAB Chairman, Lady Victoria Borwick, will also be present.

One of the biggest and most profitable industries in England is tourism, which supports hundreds of thousands of businesses, employs about 2.6 million people, and will bring in £66.3 billion in domestic visitor spending by 2022.

Source- Travel daily


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