Further advice and guidance on tourist signs
The purpose of tourist signs is to provide clear directions to enable visitors to reach quality tourist destinations safely by vehicle. Example of tourist destinations include:
|Tourist attractions include:||Tourist facilities include:|
Establishments primarily acting as retail outlets (including retail parks, shopping centres and garden centres) are only eligible for tourist signs if recognised by us as a "tourist shop" through our visitor attraction Quality Assurance Scheme in addition to meeting all the other relevant criteria.
Tourist destinations not eligible for tourist signposting:
- exclusive use venues
- group accommodation providers
- self-catering accommodation, except:
- where multiple units have a manned reception area and have on-spec accommodation available on a nightly basis
- where the accommodation is eligible for traffic management or road safety issues in certain circumstances
- worshiping churches
Not currently eligible?
If you are not currently a Quality Assured business and would like to join, find out how to apply for our Quality Assurance Scheme.
If you think that there is not an appropriate Quality Assurance Scheme for your business, please contact us to discuss your options. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.