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Enjoying England for a year!

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Moving to England for a year for hubby's work, with kids (7 & 9 years old) who love travelling, visiting places and exploring the countryside.. We are all very excited at the prospect of all the experiences in store for us..
However, the costs of tickets to all the major sights will start adding up..So would love any advise on any passes/memberships we could take advantage of.. or would 2for1 tkts be our best option?

would National Trust membership make sense?

Will be in London for 4 weeks and then will be located in Surrey. would like to see highlights of London at a very leisurely pace and catch a few shows during our 4 weeks there before the kids start school..

so far we have visited the science museum, Natural history museum and the Hyde park..and bought a LP guide..

Any advise would be welcome!!

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