Stonehenge received more than a million visitors in 2010
Two of Wiltshire's top tourist spots have been named in a list of the UK's most popular places to visit.
Stonehenge and Stourhead featured in The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions top 50 of 2010 list.
Television, radio and films helped boost visits to many of the most-visited tourist attractions.
Stonehenge was featured in Doctor Who last year, and Stourhead has been used in many film productions, including Pride and Prejudice in 2005.
Figures show that Stonehenge received 1,009,973 visitors in 2010 - up 2% on the previous year, and Stourhead, 361,730 (up 1%).
Commenting on the importance of tourism to the UK economy, Robin Broke from the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions said: "The tourism industry is of huge value to the UK economy, and financially it represents an excellent return on investment. It is a great creator of employment, particularly for young people."
These statistics come in the week that it has been announced that the way the £780m Wiltshire tourism industry runs is to change.
The 2,650 acre Stourhead Estate was another popular tourist spot in 2010
Wiltshire Council will take over encouraging local people to spend time at our attractions, while local tourist board Visit Wiltshire will market the county across the world.
Rob Greenhalgh, Assistant Visitor Services Manager at the Stourhead Estate near Mere said: "It's very important that we work closely alongside organisations such as Visit Wiltshire in order to bring tourism into the local community."
Other tourism properties in the UK which featured highly in ALVA's 2010 list included Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden (with visits up 21.7%); the Dunham Massy National Trust property near Altrincham, Greater Manchester (up 27%) and St Peter and St Paul Church at Albury, Surrey, (up 27.7%).