Survey of Visitor Attraction performance and prospects for 2021

With much of the tourism industry reopening, ASVA and the Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism are asking all Scottish attractions to complete a quick survey to help us ascertain current business performance, recovery prospects and confidence levels within the [...]

Support Scotland’s unpaid carers with a virtual visitor experience

As visitors start to take advantage of the fact that many of Scotland’s attractions have re-opened, it’s important to remember those who would love to enjoy your visitor experience in person but are unable to visit due to personal circumstances or challenges. [...]

Consumer survey sheds light on plans for trips and visits

The latest UK Consumer tracker survey conducted by VisitBritain between 19 and 23 April provides a wealth of findings related to tourism and travel.  Overall, the results present evidence of increasing public confidence in planning trips around the country, based on [...]

Latest research on visitor sentiment is published by ALVA

Our colleagues at The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions have shared with ASVA the findings of the latest research commissioned by ALVA into visitor sentiment. The research was carried out by insight-led consultancy Decision House to gauge the views of the public on [...]

ASVA discusses distancing with Deputy National Clinical Director

Whilst we are pleased that indoor attractions are being allowed to re-open on 26 April, ASVA remains very concerned about the impact of 2m physical distancing requirements.  As members will be aware we have been lobbying the Scottish Government on this key issue and [...]