Salisbury Cathedral has been rated the best value attraction in the UK. analysed attractions across the UK and came up with a list of the top 10 best value attractions, and the 10 worst value attractions.

Salisbury Cathedral was rated number one, considering how much visitors can witness for under a tenner.

For just £9, you can get up close with Britain's tallest spire (404ft) and see four of the best-preserved original copies of the Magna Carta, dating back to 1215.

The cathedral has 99.39 per cent positive reviews.

Data analysed the cost of admission compared with how well-reviewed the attractions are to compile a Value Score, which reveals which places will give visitors the most bang for their buck.

The second best value attraction was the Cotswold Motoring and Toy Museum, where for £6.75 visitors can see a great collection of vintage cars including Brum, the little yellow car from the classic children’s TV show.

Also on the top 10 list are Tower Bridge where visitors can pay to access the glass walkways and steam engine rooms, and the Emirates Air Line Cable Car, taking guests from Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks for £11.70.

The worst value attraction is the Marble Arch Mound in London.

The artificial hill, which sets visitors back £6.50, recently made headlines after visitors were left unimpressed with the grass-covered structure - and this was reflected in the reviews, which are (currently) 88.89% negative.

London Zoo, SEA LIFE Centre London Aquarium, London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds and even Buckingham Palace are also on the worst value list.

Outside of London, a zip wire in Wales that costs £99 to ride, Cornwall's Eden Project and historic Warwick Castle and Edinburgh Zoo are also some of the country's worst value attractions.

The UK’s top attractions were compiled using a range of articles and lists of top attractions.

The ratings of each attraction were then found in TripAdvisor (or when TripAdvisor wasn’t available, Google Reviews) and cross-referenced with the total number of reviews.

The Value Score was calculated by cross-referencing the cost of a ticket versus the percentage of 'bad' reviews.

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