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Free Attractions in the Big Apple

March 16, 1986

NEW YORK — Visitors don't have to drop a bundle to see the sights of the Big Apple. According to the New York Convention & Visitors Bureau, many indoor landmarks charge no admission and even theatergoers can see plays for nothing.

Rockefeller Center offers a free self-guided walking tour of the entire complex.

Tourists can attend free one-act plays at the Actor's Playhouse, Sheridan Square, Greenwich Village, every Monday at 8 p.m., and at the Quaigh Theater, 108 West 43rd St., daily at 12:15 p.m.

The city also boasts numerous free museums and galleries, including the new IBM Gallery of Science and Art at Madison Avenue and 56th Street, and the just-opened Whitney Museums, at Equitable Center (7th Avenue at 51st Street) and at Philip Morris (across from Grand Central Station on East 42nd Street).

For a complete list of "Winter Wonders," write to the Bureau at 2 Columbus Circle, New York 10019.

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