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Learning Hub wins tourism award for best told story

Ilh wins visitengland award

Tourism agency VisitEngland has awarded the ICE’s Infrastructure Learning Hub at One Great George Street a Best Told Story award.

It was one of 76 attractions to receive awards following their VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme assessment in 2018.

This is the second VisitEngland award for the learning hub, which was given the “Hidden Gem” award last year.

The Hub is a free learning centre that allows the public to learn about civil engineering. It hosted the Invisible Superheroes exhibition throughout 2018.

“It is really fantastic to see these accolades recognising the work of those employees, managers and owners who make sure that all who pass through their doors have a truly memorable experience,” said Visit England director Andrew Stokes.

Other Best Told Story accolade winners this year include the King Richard III Visitor Centre and the National Space Centre, both in Leicester, and the Mersey Tunnel Tours in Liverpool.

A new exhibition, Water: From Source to Tap opens in the Infrastructure Learning Hub on World Water Day on 22 March.

 

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