Many museums and historical sites are mainly visited by tourists but not local people. Why is this the case, and what can be done to attract more local people to visit these places?

It is a well-known fact that a number of museums and historical places are more popular to non-visitors. This essay will offer further insight into some root causes associated with this trend as well as certain steps that can be taken to encourage the local’s attention to historical attractions there.

There are two main reasons why museums and historical sites are preferred more by tourists than by local inhabitants. First, entrance fees are beyond what people in the locality can afford. Hue people pay for a ticket out of their pocket to a museum or historical building in inner city costs at least 200 000 dongs, high –price compared to their average income. Second, objects on display and activities are available at museums and historical spots rarely change and this makes them unappealing to the locals.

Some visit these places and become more demotivated to return because there is nothing new for local residents to discover. There are actions that could be implemented to attract those from local areas to places of historical interest. Governments should subsidize the tickets for local inhabitants and thus spares them from paying tourist prices. If admission is reasonably priced, the locals would have more motivation to frequent historical buildings in their hometown. Furthermore, museum curators and managers of places of historical significance should invest in refreshing exhibits and devising more activities. Once novelty captures public attention, as a consequence, it will be likely to boost the local attendance to museums and historical attractions.

In conclusion, once underlying causes of the local’s lack of interest in historical buildings have been identified, various measures need to adopted to tackle this worrying tendency.

It is a well-known fact that a number of museums and historical places are more popular to non-visitors. (You say that museums are popular among the people who do not visit museums. If these people like museums a lot, why don't they visit them?) This essay will offer further insight into some root causes associated with this trend as well as certain steps that can be taken to encourage the local’s attention to historical attractions there.

That is not a proper thesis statement. Never mention your essay, your paragraphs or what you are going to write about in a thesis statement. Write the main point of your essay.

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There are several reasons for local people not visiting the tourist attractions in their own city, but there are some solutions that can turn this situation around.

There are two main reasons why museums and historical sites are preferred more by tourists than by local inhabitants. First, entrance fees are beyond what people in the locality can afford. Hue people People who live in Hue pay for a ticket out of their pocket to a museum or historical building in inner city costs at least 200 000 dongs, (ungrammatical clause structure - what is the subject of "costs"?) a highprice compared to their average income. Second, objects on display and activities are available at museums and historical spots rarely change and this makes them unappealing to the locals.

Some visit these places and become more demotivated are not motivated to return because there is nothing new for local residents to discover. (You repeated the same idea in the previous sentence. It does not belong to the main point in the paragraph, either.) There are actions that could be implemented to attract those from local areas to places of historical interest. Governments should subsidize the tickets for local inhabitants and thus spares (wrong form) them from paying tourist prices. If admission is reasonably priced, the locals would have more motivation to frequent historical buildings in their hometown. Furthermore, museum curators and managers of places of historical significance should invest in refreshing exhibits and devising more activities. Once novelty captures public attention, as a consequence, it will be likely to boost the local attendance to museums and historical attractions.

In conclusion, once underlying causes of the local’s lack of interest in historical buildings have been identified, various measures need to adopted to tackle this worrying tendency.

Please look at it again. I corrected some errors. hopefully, it made sense. thank you so much

It is a well-known fact that a number of museums and historical places are not more popular to non-visitors. There are several reasons for local people not visiting the tourist attractions in their own city, but there are some solutions that can turn this situation around.

There are two main reasons why museums and historical sites are preferred more by tourists than by local inhabitants. First, entrance fees are beyond what people in the locality can afford. People who live in Hue pay for a ticket out of their pocket to a museum or historical building in inner city at least 200 000 dongs, a high–price compared to their average income. Second, objects on display and activities are available at museums and historical spots rarely change and this makes them unappealing to the locals. Those in the locality visiting these places are not motivated to return because there is nothing new to discover, causing them to quickly lose interest after entering.

There are actions that could be implemented to attract those from local areas to places of historical interest. Governments should subsidize the tickets for local inhabitants, spares them from having to pay tourist prices. If admission is reasonably priced, the locals would have more motivation to frequent historical buildings in their hometown. Furthermore, museum curators and managers of places of historical significance should invest in refreshing exhibits and devising more activities. Once novelty captures public attention, as a consequence, it will be likely to boost the local attendance to museums and historical attractions.

In conclusion, once underlying causes of the local being lack of interest in historical buildings have been identified, various measures need to adopted to tackle this worrying tendency.

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Phan Thi Minh HuongThere are several reasons for local people not visiting the tourist attractions in their own city, but there are some solutions that can turn this situation around.

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There are some explanations behind the lack of local attendance to the tourist historical sites in their own city and certain steps can be take to reverse this situation.

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There are some explanations behind the lack of local attendance to the historical sites in their own city and certain steps can be take to reverse this situation.

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Good thesis! It needs some minor changes to make it native English:

There are some explanations for why people do not go to behind the lack of local attendance to the historical sites in their own city, but and certain steps can be taken to reverse this situation.

Please look at it again? If it still has errors, I'll continually correct. thank you so much

It is a well-known fact that a number of museums and historical places are not more popular to non-visitors. There are some explanations for why people do not go to the historical sites in their own city, but certain steps can be taken to reverse this situation.

There are two main reasons why museums and historical sites are preferred more by tourists than by local inhabitants. First, entrance fees are beyond what people in the locality can afford. People who live in Hue pay for a ticket out of their pocket to a museum or historical building in inner city at least 200 000 dongs, a high–price compared to their average income. Second, objects on display and activities are available at museums and historical spots rarely change and this makes them unappealing to the locals. Those in the locality visiting these places are not motivated to return because there is nothing new to discover, causing them to quickly lose interest after entering.

There are actions that could be implemented to attract those from local areas to places of historical interest. Governments should subsidize the tickets for local inhabitants, spares them from having to pay tourist prices. If admission is reasonably priced, the locals would have more motivation to frequent historical buildings in their hometown. Furthermore, museum curators and managers of places of historical significance should invest in refreshing exhibits and devising more activities. Once novelty captures public attention, as a consequence, it will be likely to boost the local attendance to museums and historical attractions.

In conclusion, once underlying causes of the local being lack of interest in historical buildings have been identified, various measures need to adopted to tackle this worrying tendency.

spares them from having to pay tourist prices

I don't know what is wrong with this. Please explain to me