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Museum/Atrraction Passes

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I'm taking my 20 yr old daughter to Europe for 2 weeks next month and, since it's her first visit, we plan to hit all the major museums and attractions. My question is - does it pay to buy these all inclusive passes such as the London Pass? They say that it avoids waiting in line, but is it a good deal?

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