• Concessions for senior citizens abolished for British tourist attractions

    12 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    Considering the fact that people above 65 comprise the nation's wealthiest demographic older visitors to some of the Britain's top attractions have been asked to pay full price.
    Richard Doughty, director of National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth mentioned that there was a huge difference after the removed the concessionary ticket for their museum. They are not supported by any institution and had to survive on the income they get visa admissions and Gift Aid.
    Their yield has increased by 40 per cent in three years after abolishing the concessionary ticket.
    He further said that they...
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