York’s pulling power is undiminished, a new survey has revealed.
Two of the places people most want to visit are in the city, according to the poll out today.
Uber asked 2,000 UK adults which attractions they wanted to visit when all the lockdown restrictions are lifted.
And the cobbled delights of Shambles came in at number two in a list of 40 places – just behind the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Meanwhile York Minster was the top historic attraction, ahead Edinburgh Castle, Stonehenge and the Tower of London.
The Minster is already open for worship, and it is planning to welcome back visitors on 17 May if the roadmap allows.
Admission will be pre-booked ticket, available from 26 April. Visitors will be required to wear face masks will be required and hand sanitising stations will stay in place.
The top 40 attractions that UK adults intend to visit once all restrictions are lifted:
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
The Royal Mile, Edinburgh
British Museum, London
National Gallery, London
Tate Modern, London
Tate Britain, London
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour, Watford
Alton Towers, Staffordshire
Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Greenwich Royal Observatory, London
Thorpe Park, Staines
Royal Museums, Greenwich
Penny Lane, Liverpool
Cadbury World, Birmingham
Buckingham Palace, London
Shakespeare’s Globe, London
Houses of Parliament
Chessington World of Adventures
Calton Hill, Edinburgh
Angel of the North, Gateshead
Fortnum and Mason, London
Botanical Gardens, Sheffield
Madame Tussauds, London
Sea Life Centre, Birmingham
Peppa Pig World, Hampshire
John Rylands Library, Manchester