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Differences between Holland Pass v. Museumkaart v. IAmsterdam?

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I don’t really understand the difference between the Holland Pass, the Museumkaart, and the I Amsterdam card. HP looks the cheapest, but the website is not straightforward, and places like the Rijksmuseum don’t even mention it on the list of those that get in free. We plan on staying in a central part of Amsterdam, and I've read that Amsterdam is a walkable city. Therefore, I don’t think daily transport means as much to us (husband and I) as admission gratis does.

We are staying for 5 nights during the very first week in April 2011. We do plan on visiting Keukenhof despite the poor timing (that is when we can go, so that is when we will go). Places I definitely want to visit include:

Rijks
Van Gogh
Hermitage
Historical Museum
Van Loon
Anne Frank (not on any passes, I know)
Royal Palace (not really sure if we should)
Keukenhof
Bicycling, parks, etc.

If possible, can someone set me straight on the pass differences?

Thanks,
Staci

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