In this day and age, there is a recession in the number of local museum-goers. On the other hand, historical sites attract travel-makers more. This essay is dedicated to analysing the underlying roots, parallel with some efficacious solutions.
There is a controversial statement heating a debate over the fact that many museums and historical sites draw great attention to tourists, rather than the locals.This essay is devoted to justifying the underlying roots of this situation and some potential tactics to appeal to more local people to these places.
There is a controversial statement heating a debate over the fact that many museums and historical places are frequently visited by tourists but not local residents. This essay is devoted to analyzing the underlying reasons with equivalent solutions , followed by parallel justifications.
Nowadays, a wide range of museums seems to be appealed mainly by foreign visitors rather than locals. This essay is dedicated to analysing possible reasons why this is occurring and a number of methods to attract more local visitors.
It is true that while museums and historical sites are places of interest for numerous tourists, local people have no interest to travel to these places. Reasons for this vary, and steps need to be taken to tackle the problem.
In these days, the issue of many museums and historical sites are mainly visited by tourists but not by local people has aroused people’s discussion. Several problems of this situation should be identified before any actual solutions are considered.
In recent years, museums and historical sites are less attracted to the local. Although this problem can be attributed to a whole host of reasons, some feasible solutions can be considered to address this.
There is no doubt that museums and institutions play a vital role in cultural and historical value of a country. Given their significance, how to appeal more people to these locations has always been a topic of interest. However, an unexpected development has been that while museums and historical sites draw the attention of foreign travellers, they are ignored by local people. This tendency can be attributed to a host of reasons and there are several viable solutions that can be adopted to boost the number of local visitors to museums and historical attractions.
Millions of people visit Big Ben and the houses of parliament in London every year but surprisingly most of these visitors come from outside the UK. In fact, many famous monuments and attractions seem to appeal mainly to visitors rather than to locals. In my view this is because of a lack of knowledge about attractions by locals. Also, people often lack the free time and motivation needed to fully explore and know their home region compared to travelling overseas. To tackle this phenomenon, history in schools should include local knowledge and locations as well as national or international knowledge. In addition, the government should encourage domestic tourism and give incentives for people to travel more domestically.