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City Pass v. 2 for 1

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We will be in London for 1 week and plan to hit all of Fodor's suggested spots - using the tube. What is the best Pass to buy?
We are a family of four - 2 parents and 2 children/young adults ages 19 and 16 which I read translates into 4 adults for admission purposes - living near Philadelphia, PA.
Travel Dates: London June 6th through June 11th
1. City Pass getting us in attractions which I heard includes the tube rides
2. A pass that provides 2 for 1 (buy one admission and get one free - we would buy 2 of these since we are 4 adults. Staying in a flat in Covent Gardens.

Someone mentioned that when we are 4, it might be better to use a taxi rather than the tube.
We have gotten a lot of non-expert advice so looking to nail this down.
I am most excited to see the Tower of London again after 30 years and show the kids.
*We bought tickets to Harry Potter Studies for Friday -
Thanks in advance.

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