You know when you live somewhere but never visit that famous site, like me and the Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh.
It can’t be because I take a stand against lavish palaces or ostentatious wealth… I love Rome and the Vatican.
So, I’ll need to get myself along and see how the other half live.
Heck, who am I kidding? It’s how I like to live when our killjoy leaders aren’t closing down all the borders.
But for now, and in the spirit of the Which survey of the best of the top 50 most-visited attraction I give you…
My entirely scientific and undeniably definitive five UK attractions.
Alloway, Ayrshire: Well, if it was good enough for Wordsworth and Shelley and Muhammad Ali to visit!
Robert Burns’ home village in Ayrshire, the centre point of which is the cottage in which he was born in the 18th century, is a truly spiritual place.
Check out the statues of Tam O Shanter, Souter Johnny, Burns’ father’s grave, the statue of a mouse and Brig o’ Doon.
The Robin Hood Experience, Nottingham: It takes an outlaw to know an outlaw.
You’ll immerse yourself in Sherwood Forest in an un prepossessing building near Nottingham Castle and get a chance too to twang your arrow.
While actors dressed in costumes of those heroes of legend interact with you.
Cadbury World, Birmingham: And you thought Willie Wonka was an invention, you Willie Wonka.
You can take a cart through the history of cocoa in this chocolate heaven in Bournville (yes, really), Birmingham.
On your tour, you’ll see how chocolate is made and best of all are sent away with a handful of bars.
Daddy’s Little Girl took two handfuls.
You can see his bedroom, the map room, the decoders.
And when we found all the other sites were closing up for the day they let us in. Well, we were on the right side!
The Beatles Story, Liverpool: If The Beatles had been American then they’d have turned their home city into a visitors’ attraction.
Which may seem like a step too far although it does work in Graceland because it is outside of Memphis.
Yes, it’s great to have the museum down by Albert Dock in Liverpool, the bus tour, Penny Lane and the Eleanor Rigby statue.
But the idea that the Cavern Club should be in danger of closure because of financial troubles is a local and national disgrace.
Over to you Paul McCartney… don’t let it be!