Travel by overseas residents to the UK is measured through the International Passenger Survey (IPS), run by the Office for National Statistics. Provisional results are reported each month for the UK, and quarterly for England and its regions.
Latest Quarterly Data
A table showing the volume and value of inbound tourism to England from 2003 up to the most recently published quarter.
For More Information
The VisitBritain Insights & Statistics team publish extensive analysis of International Passenger Survey data on their website, covering everything from the latest monthly release through to trend data going back to 1993.
Link to VisitBritain International Passenger Survey Analysis
You may be particularly interested in the following links:
Latest Inbound Monthly Summary and Charts
Commentary and trend charts for the most recent monthly data UK data available.
Inbound Visits to Different Parts of the UK
A series of analyses providing more detailed information about visitors and trip characteristics for nations and regions up to the most recent full calendar year.
Quarterly Data – Inbound Visits to Different Parts of the UK
An excel pivot table allowing analysis of quarterly data by source market and nation/region visited.