Free entrance

WHS where the main features of the core zone can be entered without paying an entrance fee. General city centres and cultural landscapes are excluded, as well as illegal entrance, limited days and other "tricks".

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Connected Sites

Benedictine Convent of St. John: Entrance to the church (the main part for its OUV) is free
Cahokia Mounds: Entrance is free of charge, although a donation of $4 for adults $2 for children, and $10 for families is suggested.
Chola Temples: The Brihideshwara-tempel in Thanjavur is free (it's an active temple)
Derwent Valley Mills: Vast majority of the mills are free
Durham Castle and Cathedral: castle is only by paid tour, cathedral is free
Great Smoky Mountains: Due to deed restrictions imposed when the Park was established, there are no entrance fees
Holy Trinity Column: in a city centre but when the chapel inside is open it is free
Independence Hall: You have to get a ticket before entering, but the tickets are free
Ironbridge Gorge: The Iron Bridge at least is free
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: free entrance to the church and park
Kinderdijk: pay to see interior of a windmill
Maritime Greenwich: Park, museum and Royal buildings are free, observatory isn't
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal : You can walk on the aqueduct and along the canal for free.
Redwood: The national park is free, the state parks do have day use fees
Rock-Art of the Mediterranean Basin: Some might have an entry fee, but a lot of them are free and there are no obvious major sites among the 727 locations.
Stevns Klint: There's no entrance fee to the cliffs
Yakushima: Seibu Rindon Forest Path is, and I could not find a quote for the trail to Jomon Sugi either


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