We have above 23 percent of repeat visits. It is common that the woman comes here with her office friends and two days later, she brings her husband or partner to visit our founder, Johan Rizki, no doubt succeeded in creating an entertaining, provocative and educational formula that appeal to the lover in all of us.
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London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) June 24, 2008
Amora London, the world's first visitor attraction dedicated to love and relationships announced today that over 300,000 people have visited the interactive experience in Piccadilly, London, during its 10 month run.
Interesting facts include 62 percent of visitors are couples, and 52 percent are Londoners. The bulk of visitors are between 25 and 50 years old. A survey run by Amora early this year showed that the female is the catalyst to drive her partner to visit Amora.
Mark Harris, General Manager says, "We have above 23 percent of repeat visits. It is common that the woman comes here with her office friends and two days later, she brings her husband or partner to visitÂ our founder, Johan Rizki, no doubt succeeded in creating an entertaining, provocative and educational formula that appeal to the lover in all of us."
Fuelled by popular demand and the novelty that has yet to wear off, Amora has already twice extended its stay in London; proof that the British public is keen to understand more about becoming the perfect lover. Not only that, but 48 percent of Amora's visitors are from overseas, mainly from North America and Japan.
Amora is the place for adults to explore and engage on key aspects of relationships, love and well-being. Amora successfully blended the best from science, art, performance and virtual reality to create a fascinating immersive, and interactive environment for the exploration of topics that are most basic preoccupation of everyone. Amora is an experience everyone can take home.
"Amora is totally inclusive, interactive, engaging, sensual, and chic. You will be amused, educated and amazed by its content," says Dr. Sarah Brewer, Director of Exhibits, and award-winning sexual health writer.
Visit http://www.amoralondon.com or call 0871 230 9876.
For further information and press visuals, please contact Alex Rayner at Captive Minds on 020 7392 2665 or email alex.rayner @ captiveminds.co.uk.