Leisure spending in the United Kingdom (UK)

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Statista Dossier on Leisure spending in the United Kingdom (UK)

This dossier presents a selection of statistics and facts about leisure spending in the United Kingdom. It provides a statistical overview of spending on leisure travel and other going out activities.

The leisure sector covers various activities including eating out, drinking out, going to the cinema, concerts, museums and other visitor attractions, as well as leisure travel.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Expenditure on recreational and cultural services in the UK 2005-2017

    • Recreational & cultural services: spending trend in the United Kingdom (UK) 2005-2017

    • Leisure and recreation: weekly household spending in the UK 2017, by activity

    • Recreation and culture: Weekly UK household expenditure 2017, by age

    • Recreation and culture: Weekly UK household expenditure 2017, by gross income

    • Share of UK household spend going on recreation & culture, by disposable income 2017

    • Leisure activities consumers are spending more on in the UK 2016-2017

    • Recreation and culture consumer price index (CPI) annually in the UK 2003-2017

    • Recreation and cultural services consumer price index (CPI) in the UK 2003-2017

  • 2. Eating and drinking out
    • Revenue of food and beverage services in the United Kingdom (UK) 2008-2016

    • Food service industry revenues in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015-2016, by sector

    • Food and drink: weekly expenditure eating out in the United Kingdom (UK) 2006-2017

    • United Kingdom (UK): Spend on alcoholic drinks consumed outside the home 2007-2017

    • Restaurants and hotels: Weekly UK household expenditure 2017, by age

    • Restaurant and cafe meals: weekly UK household expenditure 2017, by age

  • 3. Leisure travel
    • Outbound travel spending in the UK 2017, by purpose of trip

    • Average spend per trip abroad from the United Kingdom (UK) 2016, by purpose

    • Outbound holiday expenditure in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011-2017

    • Spending on short stay holiday visits abroad from the UK 2011-2016

    • Average spend per short stay holiday visits abroad from the UK 2011-2016

    • Domestic travel spending distribution in Great Britain 2016

    • Eating and drinking out spend on domestic overnight trips in Great Britain 2010-2016

    • Entertainment spend on domestic overnight trip in Great Britain 2010-2016

    • Tourism day visits expenditure in Great Britain 2016, by destination type

    • Average spend on tourism day visits in Great Britain 2016, by activity

    • Spending on leisure day visits (3+ hours) taken in Great Britain 2011-2017

    • Items purchased on leisure day out (3+ hours) in Great Britain 2016

  • 4. Cinema, theatre, museum and concerts
    • Annual cinema spending per person in the United Kingdom (UK) 2000-2017

    • Cinema, theatre and museums: weekly UK household expenditure 2017, by age

    • Cinema, theatre and museums: Weekly UK household expenditure 2017, by gross income

    • Share of UK household spend going on theatre & museums, by disposable income group

    • Consumer spending on music in the UK 2017, by category

    • Spending generated by music tourism in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011-2016

  • Language: English
  • Released: 2018
  • Source(s): Statista
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