Museum and gallery attendance in England 2018/19, by region

This statistic presents the share of adults who had visited a museum or gallery in the last year in England as of 2018/19, by region. The highest attendance was recorded among respondents from east of England, where 53.7 percent said they had visited a museum or a gallery at least once in the year prior to being surveyed.

Share of adults who visited a museum or gallery in England in 2018/19*, by region

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Release date

September 2019

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

2018/19*

Number of respondents

8,161 respondents

Age group

16 years and older

Method of interview

Computer-assisted personal interviews (CAPI)

Supplementary notes

* Years run April to March. Figures exclude those who visited for the purposes of paid work or academic study.

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