The line graph show how many visitors visited to three London museums (British museum, Science museum and Natural history museum) in the summer of 201.
As an overall trend it is clearly seen from the graph that the British museum was much interesting for visitors than other museums of London during the summer.
In June, visitors of the British museum were 600 and this number increased quickly to 750 visitors in July before going down suddenly to 500 visitors by August. The next month this rate climbed by 150 visitors. Likewise, there was a significant decrease in the number of visitors to the Natural History museum from 550 in June to 350 in July. Thereafter, the proportion of visitors remained steady at 350 until August. In September, this number climbed slightly to 450 visitors. In contrast, the Science museum showed the lowest result of visitors (400) in June. Between June and August there was a gradual decline in visitors of the Science museum to 300 before rising suddenly by 150 visitors by September.