STONEHENGE, Wembley Stadium and even Brighton Palace Pier are among the UK landmarks adults have yet to see.

A list compiled by Greene King Inns revealed Brighton Palace Pier had not been visited by 69 per cent of adults.

The Sussex landmark, which originally opened in 1899, ranked 43rd on the list of unseen landmarks.

The study of 2,000 adults also found that London sites such as the British Museum, St Paul’s Cathedral and Tate Britain have been seen by less than two thirds of the population.

Belfast’s Metropolitan Arts Centre topped the list, with 95 per cent of adults having not visited the Northern Ireland venue, followed by the Wales National Pool in Swansea (94 per cent) and the RSPB Belfast's Window on Wildlife (94 per cent).

Two thirds of those polled had never visited Stonehenge, while just one in five had clapped eyes on Gateshead’s Angel of the North.

A fifth even said they live within five miles of a major cultural tourist attraction or landmark.

However, the research found with many of the nation’s favourite holiday destinations off limits this summer, almost half of adults will be making more effort to explore the best the UK has to offer.

The full list of UK landmarks Brits haven’t visited is below:

The top UK landmarks Brits haven’t visited:

1. Metropolitan Arts Centre, Belfast, Northern Ireland – 95 per cent

2. Wales National Pool, Swansea, Wales – 94 per cent

3. RSPB Belfast's Window on Wildlife, Belfast, Northern Ireland – 94 per cent

4. Belfast Castle, Belfast, Northern Ireland – 94 per cent

5. Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland – 93 per cent

6. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland – 93 per cent

7. King Richard III Visitor Centre, Leicester, England – 92 per cent

8. Sandwell Valley RSPB reserve, Birmingham, England – 92 per cent

9. Strawberry Hill, London, England – 92 per cent

10. National Botanic Gardens of Wales, Carmarthenshire, Wales – 91 per cent

11. St Fagans National Museum of History, Cardiff, Wales – 90 per cent

12. Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter, England – 89 per cent

13. Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales – 89 per cent

14. Jodrell Bank Observatory, Manchester, England – 88 per cent

15. Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland – 88 per cent

16. Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland – 87 per cent

17. BFI Southbank, London, England – 87 per cent

18. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland – 87 per cent

19. Black Country Living Museum, Dudley, England – 86 per cent

20. British Library, London, England – 85 per cent

21. Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways, Wales – 85 per cent

22. Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales – 85 per cent

23. Portmeirion, Gwynedd, Wales – 84 per cent

24. Shakespeare's Globe, London, England – 84 per cent

25. Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd, Wales – 82 per cent

26. Tate Britain, London, England – 80 per cent

27. Angel of the North, Gateshead, England – 78 per cent

28. Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, Cumbria, and Tyne and Wear, England – 77 per cent

29. Tate Modern, London, England – 76 per cent

30. Eden Project, Cornwall, England – 76 per cent

31. Longleat, Wiltshire, England – 76 per cent

32. Loch Ness, Inverness-shire, Scotland – 76 per cent

33. Albert Docks, Liverpool, England – 75 per cent

34. Kew Gardens, London, England – 75 per cent

35. Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, England – 75 per cent

36. Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England – 74 per cent

37. Royal Albert Hall, London, England – 74 per cent

38. The National Gallery, London, England – 73 per cent

39. Imperial War Museum London, London, England – 73 per cent

40. The White Cliffs of Dover, Kent, England – 71 per cent

41. Roman Baths and Pump Room, Bath, England – 70 per cent

42. ZSL London Zoo, London, England – 70 per cent

43. Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton, England – 69 per cent

44. Westminster Abbey, London, England – 68 per cent

45. Cheddar Gorge & Caves, Somerset, England – 68 per cent

46. Wembley Stadium, London, England – 66 per cent

47. Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England – 66 per cent

48. British Museum, London, England – 64 per cent

49. St Paul's Cathedral, London, England – 64 per cent

50. Blackpool Tower, Blackpool, England – 63 per cent

Liane Hunt, for Greene King Inns, said having missed out on seeing many of the landmarks pre-Covid, Brits are ready to take the opportunity to return.

"There is so much to see and do right on our doorsteps, and with the current travel restrictions, there has never been a better time to get out exploring,” she said.

“When booking a staycation, 29 per cent of people say they want to be close to attractions, while a further 21 per cent like to be near a pub.”

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