George Mason University’s Center for Regional Analysis recently completed a Visitor Study for the Americans in Wartime Museum that predicts an average of 300,000 visitors per year.
According to the study: “Visitors to the Wartime Museum will include local residents, people attracted to the museum due to special affiliations that the museum markets to, a share of the domestic visitors to the Washington area and to Northern Virginia, and a share of international visitors to the Washington area.”
The Visitor Study was conducted by Dr. Stephen Fuller of the Center for Regional Analysis. The Center conducts research and analytical studies on economic, fiscal, demographic, housing, and social and policy issues related to the current and future growth of the Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., areas. Through its range of research and programs — major economic impact studies, economic forecasts, fiscal analyses, conferences and seminars, publications, information services, and data products — the Center’s activities strengthen decision-making by businesses, governments, and institutions throughout the Greater Washington region.
Click here to view a full copy of the Visitor Study.