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Please Recommend a Museum Pass (it's making me nuts)!

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We will be in Amsterdam for two weeks staying predominantly with my son in the Haarlemmerbuurt area. We've already purchased tickets for the Anne Frank house. How much time we spend in museums depends on the weather.

These are some of the museums I've jotted down: Amstelkring, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh, Amsterdam Museum, Rembrandt House, Tassenmuseum Henrikje. Definitely Muiderslot via Amsterdam Boat Excursion which seems to accept all three of the passes.

We will be going overnight one night to Utrecht and aside from Dom Under I haven't explored the museum options. My son will join us on the weekends as we explore out of the city to Leiden, Delft, Gouda, Haarlem.

We would like to explore the canals by boat. We are interested in architecture and history both Dutch and related to the World Wars. My husband is Catholic and always intrigued by churches. We love to walk.

I've looked at the options for passes several times and I give up; probably any would be fine. But if you'd chime in with your experience maybe something will become more obvious to me.

Thank you!

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