The graph gives information about the proportion of visitors to England who visited 4 different tourist attractions in Brighton, between 1980 and 2010.
The proportion of tourists visiting the Pavilion and the Pier increased over the period, while that of the other attractions decreased.
In 1980, only 10% visited the Pier. This figure rose to 15% in 1985 before falling to 9% in 1990. By 2010 however the proportion went up to 22%.
As for the Pavilion, the proportion of visitors went up from 23% in 1980 to almost 50% in 1995. The figure then decreased significantly to about 35% in 2000 and then to roughly 31% in 2010.
The most visited Brighton attraction in 1980 was the Festival with about 30% of the visitors to England attending it. By 2010 this percentage fell, but only slightly (28%).
In 1980, the figure for tourists to the Art Gallery was 21%. It reached a peak of 38% (1985), before falling to 20% in 1990. The downtrend continued with the proportion dropping to less than 10% in 2010.