The line graph compares four different attractions in Brighton which were attended by tourists to England between 1980 and 2010.
As an overall trend, it is clearly seen that over the given period Pavilion was the most attending place for tourists in Brighton.
In 1980, there was a quick climb in the Art Gallery from 21% to 38% until 1985 before decreasing sharply to 20% in 1990. This number continued to drop but more softly to less than 10% until 2010. Percentage of tourists, who visited Festival, remained steady at 28% over the period. Visitors of Pavilion reached the highest result by showing from 22% to 48% between 1980 and 1995 before dropping down to 35% in 2000. This number declined gradually to 30% in 2010. An Attraction place named Pier showed the lowest result of visiting (10%) at the beginning of the period. Thereafter, there were a considerable oscillation and gradual rise to 22% during the 30 years.