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Abba The Museum, Stockholm
(4.2/5 based on 4,000+ reviews on the web)
A part of the Swedish Music Hall of Fame, Abba The Museum contains interactive exhibitions focused exclusively on the band ABBA. The museum pays homage to the band, which originated in Stockholm, by showcasing clothing, films, and more. Inspired by the Beatles museum in Liverpool, this site opened in 2013 as the permanent home of the previously traveling ABBAWorld exhibit. To get the feel of performing, visit the interactive audio and video displays that invite visitors to perform with the band. Arrange your visit to Abba The Museum and discover more family-friendly attractions in Stockholm using our Stockholm trip builder.
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  • Like the Eurovision week was there for visit and See as eurofans and seee quite excited the place was Its not too big and Defenetly full of memories i rememver the firts part of the dresses and the al...  more »
  • Great museum with lots of interactive elements - you can even appear on stage with them! Remember to select 'save' when you first scan your ticket to take part in an activity, so that you can download...  more »
  • Very nice museum but expensive. Feels a little like they just want to make money. But if you like really ABBA so it is well worth a visit. Was pretty crowded when we went, but nonetheless felt spacious.
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  • Everyone loves Abba, right? (Whether they admit it or not.) Learn the whole story of the iconic band, and enjoy tons of their videos, performances, and outfits. Swallow your pride, and try out the interactive exhibits. They're really fun! Take in the Eurovision exhibit and the Swedish Music Hall of Fame, too. As a North American with less knowledge of them, I found them really interesting, too.
  • Love all things ABBA?? Then this is a definite 'must do'. Absolutely packed during the high season, but if you can get there out of season, easy to walk around, obtain access to quizzes / games ... and you get a chance to sing with your idols!
  • Hilarious place. Not an ABBA fan, but somehow managed to have fun anyway.
  • Excellent museum to all things Abba (and other Eurovision / Swedish music). Really well laid out with huge range of memorabilia, outfits, interactive sections. A fitting tribute and archive of one of the world's most influential pop music groups. Only slightly spoilt by the excruciatingly slow service in the bar / coffee area. I appreciate that Sweden & Stockholm have a chilled out attitude to service, but this was just so frustrating watch the staff bumbling about whilst the queues grew. Soooooo slow.
  • Whether you are a fan of ABBA, this museum is a pretty interesting look at a band that influenced generations of pop music beyond just disco. As a young kid in the 70s, their music was everywhere. There are a lot of interactive kiosks to play with. You can also get on a stage as the fifth member of the group and perform a song of your choice next to a projected simulation of Anna, Frida,Benny and Bjorn.