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London Pass or No?

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Im having a hard time deciding if the London Pass will pay for itself for what I want to do?
Things Included in pass: (approx. price in GBP)
Towel of London- 22
Westminster Abbey- 20
London Zoo- 20
Kensington Palace- 15
Shakespeare's Globe- 15
The Queens Gallery- 10
Charles Dickens Museum- 9
Florence Nightingale Museum- 7

I'm unsure of how much time we will need for all of these attractions, so I don't know if I should be looking at the 2 or 3 day pass? Also I'm questioning weather adding the travel card part of it on will pay for itself, or if i should get an oyster card separately?

There are also a few things we want to do such as Madame Tussauds, The London Eye, and the Sherlock Holmes Museum that aren't included in the pass.

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