The Olympic summer has been the "worst year ever" for some of London's biggest tourist attractions, according to new figures.
The impact of the London 2012 Games, combined with the wet weather, saw visitor numbers drop significantly at attractions like London Zoo, Kew Gardens and The Tower of London.
The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (Alva) says garden and leisure sites in London received 21.3% fewer visitors this summer, the heritage and cathedral sector was down 20.3%, and museums and galleries also saw their visitor numbers drop by 13.1%.
Alva chief executive Bernard Donoghue described the figures as "sobering reading". He said:
Mr Donoghue spoke about the issue in more detail with Nina Hossain.