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Membership to Historic Royal Palaces (Tower, HCP, etc)

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Hi folks,

Just out of curiosity, I looked at pricing for the HRP membership... which in our case would get us into the Tower and HCP. (Unsure yet whether we'll have a stroll over to Kensington Palace, too).

It turns out that the price of membership for our family is within a few pounds of the price I'd pay for the Tower and HCP, even using the 2-for-1 plan. If we add in Kensington Palace, it more than pays for itself.

Do members skip the long queues to enter? If so, then that's a big plus for me, especially at the Tower.

It's unlikely we'll have enough time to go more than once to any venue, but who knows... maybe my kids will want to split their Tower visit into two days?

Am I nuts in considering this? Has anyone else from the US joined the membership?

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