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Which Pass to Buy for Amsterdam?

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Me again - Emmit - trying to figure out which pass to buy for my particular situation which is being in Amsterdam for three days. We want to see Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, take canal cruise and the rest is do whatever we find. It appears to me that the I Am Amsterdam (did I get that right) would be better since it also involves tram/bus travel within city and would be easy to use. The Museum Pass had too many museums for us (may have included travel to/from airport). There was another one also but my brain can't sort it yet.

Any suggestions? We are more walk around and do a few things inside kind of people. However, looks like the weather for the upcoming weekend involves MUCHO rain....so may want to do more indoor stuff!

Did see that a festival is in town for the weekend though, Uitmarkt, and is by our hotel, The Owl.

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