The ABBA Museum

The ABBA Museum

You should not miss Mamma Mia! Have you ever imagined to be a part of the legendary music group ABBA for a day!? ABBA the Musem offers an unforgettable show adventure with ABBA avatars and the experience of ABBA’s music career that marked the 70s and 80s. ABBA the Musem was opened in May of 2013, and it is located in Djurgården (20 minutes from downtown). It was inspired by the Beatles museum in Liverpool. This interactive museum devoted to the Swedish band has 5 floors where music instruments, costumes, records, different props of the group members and photos are exhibited. We warn you that you should not be surprised if an ABBA member calls you when in the museum.

The red telephone in the museum is dedicated to their first hit song “Ring Ring”, and only the band members have the number. The promised they would call sometimes in order to speak with visitors.If you are into dance moves, the dance floor is there for you. Disco podium from the 70s lets you try out characteristic moves from that period, but also to sing along with imaginary group members. The feeling is real. And if you are a passive visitor, the experience is amazing for you as well – you can sit in the helicopter that is on the cover of the “Arrival” album. Another interesting item is a piano that plays itself. It is connected to Benny’s piano in studio. Whenever Benny plays his piano, there will be music in the museum. Magical.

The “Mamma Mia!” movie with ABBA’s greatest hits is the most successful musical in the history.

Ticket price for ABBA Museum
Regular ticket price: 24 €
Reduced ticket price: 9 € - for children from 9 to 15 years of age

Buy tickets before going to the museum. In the museum, you cannot pay for the ticket in cash, only with the card.
On this site you can buy tickets for the museum
The Pop House Hotel and Restaurant is located at the same address. With a ticket from the museum in the restaurant you will get a 15% discount. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Working hours of the ABBA Museum
Museum opening hours vary depending on the month you arrive, check out the following link when the museum doors are open for visits

Author of the article

Maja Glavaš, tour guide
Contact: [email protected]; instagram: travel_europe1

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