What we do

We are the national tourism agency, a non-departmental public body, funded by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport.

Within this section you can find out more about what we do, our performance in the last year, read about our directors - and the divisions they run - as well as the board members, and our network of overseas offices providing a wide geographic spread across the world, accounting for approximately three-quarters of inbound tourism spend.

Overview

VisitBritain stand featuring shopping is GREAT at ILTM Asia 2014
We have a unique role in building England’s tourism product, raising Britain’s profile worldwide, increasing the volume and value of tourism exports.

Our performance & reporting

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Attracting more visitors. Increasing spend. Contributing more to the economy. Review and download reports on our performance.

Our team

Find out more about our board and the senior team.

Our network

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Operating from four regional hubs - Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Mid East & Africa (APMEA) and China and North East Asia - our extensive network, serviced by offices around the world, connects us with customers worldwide.

Government's five-point tourism plan

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Backing the Tourism Sector: plan to boost tourism across the UK