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ABBA The Museum, Stockholm

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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. Plan to visit ABBA The Museum and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Stockholm attractions using our Stockholm day trip planning website.
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  • If you are an Abba fan, you will thoroughly enjoy. This is a lot of items and displays to see including albums, costumes and props. There is a guided tour your can download to walk you through the... 
    If you are an Abba fan, you will thoroughly enjoy. This is a lot of items and displays to see including albums, costumes and props. There is a guided tour your can download to walk you through the...  more »
  • We visited Abba The Museum during our holiday to Stockholm. It was far more than we expected. It was very well laid out, taking you through the journey of Abba from their inception to Abba Voyage... 
    We visited Abba The Museum during our holiday to Stockholm. It was far more than we expected. It was very well laid out, taking you through the journey of Abba from their inception to Abba Voyage...  more »
  • I was somewhat disappointed, although the music was very uplifting, it was crowded and almost claustrophobic, as the rooms were small and it was like a maze. 
    I was somewhat disappointed, although the music was very uplifting, it was crowded and almost claustrophobic, as the rooms were small and it was like a maze.  more »
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  • Get your tickets online because you have a timed entrance. We went to Viking museum while ours was up and enjoyed it. Abba is not to be missed. I was impressed. Beautiful costumes and so much stuff. I could have spent 2 more hours. It's just great.
  • We loved it. Lots of interactive exhibits. I would suggest buying the tickets in advance for a timed entry. Allow about an hour to get through the exhibits. But take as long as you like. You can purchase an audio tour but there is a QR code for a free version if you have your phone and headphones.
  • Loved every second there. If you're an ABBA fan or grew up listening to them, it is a must visit. If you're a person who generally loves music, it's also a great place to visit. Brings back so much childhood memories for me. Has a few interesting fun interactive sections, the narrative really let's you in on who and what makes them ABBA and how huge they were in the rest of the world. My only criticism is that they should place better direction or guidance on the flow of the whole experience. We ended up starting from the end because we went the wrong way. And had to go against the flow to get to the start point. We were not the only ones I believe. Place can get quite crowded as exhibits are pretty packed in to each other. Also, you'll revisit all ABBA songs after the trip 😊. Do: 1: Get your tickets in advance through their website. We got ours 24hours before the time slot and generally most slots were still available. 2: Go and queue up 10-15 minutes before your booked time as they let in 10-15 ppl at a time so as not to crowd the entrance.
  • Went to this museum with my mom and ended up loving it. Had fun playing all kinds of music games and the collections were interesting to see. Would def go back but this time, I would allow more than 3 hrs of fun.
  • Very nice museum with good information and history, really recommend it. Was also good with the possibility with a wardrobe with lockers to hang of your clothes upon entry, but the locks on the lockers was though rather troublesome and all people was having a bit of a hard time to get them working. Otherwise it was all very good.

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