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Benefits received by visitors to heritage sites: a case study of Warkworth castle


, : Benefits received by visitors to heritage sites: a case study of Warkworth castle. Leisure Studies 15(4): 259-275

The contingent valuation technique (CVT) was used to estimate the utility, enjoyment, and satisfaction visitors derive from Warkworth Castle, Northumberland, UK: both from entering the site and from the knowledge that the site is preserved.

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DOI: 10.1080/026143696375558

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