ABBA The Museum is a must-see attraction for fans of the Swedish pop group. Here you can explore their music, costumes, memorabilia and more in an interactive and immersive way. You can even sing along with ABBA on stage or pose for a photo with them!
To visit the museum, you need to buy a ticket online or at the entrance. The ticket price varies depending on the date and time of your visit, but it usually ranges from 195 SEK to 295 SEK for adults and from 95 SEK to 145 SEK for children. The museum is open every day from 10:00 to 18:00, except on some holidays.
The museum is located on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm, next to the Gröna Lund amusement park. You can easily get there by bus, tram, ferry or bike. There is also a parking lot nearby if you come by car.
Some tips to make the most of your visit are: book your ticket in advance to avoid queues and save money, download the free audio guide app to learn more about ABBA’s history and songs, and bring your own headphones to enjoy the interactive exhibits.
The museum offers guided tours for groups of 10 or more people. You can choose between a general tour or a themed tour focusing on a specific aspect of ABBA’s career. The tours last about an hour and cost 250 SEK per person, plus the admission fee.
There are some prohibitions that you need to respect when visiting the museum. You are not allowed to bring food or drinks inside, touch or take photos of the original costumes and objects, or use flash photography or video recording. You can take photos and videos in the designated areas only.
Some of the highlights that you can see at the museum are: the Polar Studio where ABBA recorded some of their albums, the helicopter from the cover of Arrival, the gold records and awards that ABBA received, and the costumes that they wore on stage and in videos.