admission charge

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e admission charge was introduced simply in order to enable us to keep the building open seven days per week.
Under the pricing plan approved by the foundation's board, there will be no admission charge for relatives of 9/11 victims or for many thousands of construction workers, police officers, firefighters and others who assisted in the rescue and cleanup operation at ground zero.
This San Francisco festival, with 77 shows and 34 hours of performance, allows you to sample a huge variety of Bay Area theater in one place, on one day, and with no admission charge.
Free activity, normal admission charge applies, tel: 01207 541820.
It is local and there is no admission charge - although a donation is always appreciate.
There is no admission charge and no need to book a place for the workshop.
All are welcome and an admission charge of pounds 5 is made for non-members.
Oregon Life: There is an additional admission charge of $5 for adults and $3 for youths and seniors for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry's "Da Vinci: The Genius" exhibit opening Saturday in Portland.
But a GAA spokesman said: "The admission charge of EUR35 relates to a disabled person, attendant and a car park pass - both are being admitted at the price for one.
28 and, like its flashy Brentwood cousin the Getty Center, has no admission charge.
No admission charge is levied by the organisers, Antique Forum of Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffs on 01782 595805.
The egg race is suitable for accompanied children of five and over, the workshops are running from April 8 to 12, funded by an extra 50p with the admission charge.
The event is free, except for a $5 admission charge for the Fun Zone, which features inflatable games, giant tricycles, obstacle courses, and more activities.