Exhibitions such as Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at London's Victoria and Albert Museum helped swell the number of visits to UK tourist attractions last year.
Some 124.4 million visits were made to the top sites last year, up 3.2% on 2014, according to the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (Alva).
Scottish attractions saw an increase of 5.5% while London venues experienced a 1.6% rise.
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So what made the list? The following made the top ten. How many have you visited?
5. Tate Modern
4. Southbank Centre
There were 5.3 million visitors at the Natural History Museum over 2015.
Some 5.9 million people visited the gallery at the edge of Trafalgar Square.
British MuseumThe British Museum maintained its position as the most popular tourist attraction with 6.8 million visitors.
Outside of London the most popular attraction was the Library of Birmingham while in Scotland, bragging rights went to Edinburgh Castle.