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ABBA The Museum is a Swedish interactive exhibition about the pop band ABBA that opened in Stockholm, Sweden in May 2013. ABBA's collected works are showcased in a contemporary, interactive setting at Djurgården, Stockholm.
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If you’re an ABBA fan like me, this place is a must-see. At some point in your life you have to do yourself the favor of swinging by. Sure, the ticket is a little pricy, and maybe it’s not the largest museum in the world, but it’s a blast. Learning all the history of the group and seeing all the important parts of their lives is such an incredible experience. If I’m ever so lucky, I’ll find my way back here again.
Back to the seventies! Some great exhibits including recreations of recording studios, the actual helicopter from the cover of the Arrival album, all the crazy costumes as well as information and video charting the band's music and relationships. You can even appear on stage with the band in VR set and record your own versions of some songs in a recording booth. Really interesting all well thought out. Only a slight moan about the admission price which was a little high.
I grew up listening to ABBA because of my parents and I thoroughly enjoyed my time at this museum! They have several fun interactive activities to keep you entertained and your ticket gains online access to those things for 30 days. It also contains a lot of information about the music group and how they developed. You can see their jazzy costumes and hear their music throughout the museum. Had a lot of fun and if you have time in Stockholm you should totally check it out!! tickets were $25 each, worth every penny!
Nice interactive and colourful museum, not just for the die hard ABBA fans. Also a bit about the Eurovision and lots of opportunities to sing and dance your way through the exhibition. Interesting tidbits about the background of the individual ABBA members and behind the scenes interviews with the surrounding people like manager, seemstress, song writer, etc. You leave the place singing. Only downside was the bar/restaurant, we had to wait for very simple food (meatballs, pancakes, burger, fries) for almost an hour and it was not even that busy. The bartender couldn't care less when we complained. Nice gift shop items. Overall I would recommend, but eat something before you get there.
The ABBA museum proves to be a gem! My initial thoughts was that this would be similar to other museums, with historical memorabilia and props. Indeed they do serve that as well BUT, the thing that really caught me was that you can do so much more. Like be on stage with ABBA, visit the studio do quizzes and more! Positively surprised, will bring the family for sure as it will cater to them as well.
Whether a fan of ABBA or not, this interactive museum is definitely a must go and see while in Stockholm. This museum has it all - history, memorabilia, singing, karaoke, dancing, and interactive games and trivia. The guitar museum was also equally as impressive. Be sure to make two stops on your way out - the ABBA store and the cafe. Such a terrific time and experience. Left feeling nostalgic and excited!
Too expensive (250 SEK / 25 EUR). There is not much to see (except if you are interested in what exactly Abba were wearing on their shows). There are some silly engagement games/tricks to make you have some fun and justify the price you are paying. Mostly mid-old age people visiting (the Abba generation).
3 stars if you're just an average Joe with minimal interest in ABBA but 5 stars if you love them. A quirky and colourful layout and path around the museum/exhibit with some games and information about other music icons throughout the decades towards the end of the exhibit. Lots of memorabilia and items on display with music playing throughout. To anyone less interested in ABBA it might all seem a bit cheesey but I imagine most ABBA fans are in heaven here.
Worth every penny. You learn SO much about the history of ABBA and their relationships, all while being able to dance and sing through the museum. I’ve been twice and would go back again!
This is a great little museum even if you aren't a huge ABBA fan. They have a lot of detail in the collection and the museum tries to make it engaging and fun. If you're in the area for other reasons, definitely stop in. I would say it's a 45 minute visit depending on whether you do any activities, buy souvenirs or have a drink in the bar or hotel lounge.
Really not too tacky at all. Despite some reservations at being taken long by my better half, I enjoyed it and it was a great reminder of the music of my earlier years. Well worth the visit if you're in Stockholm
When they say interactive they mean it. This was so much fun. I’ve had ABBA stuck in my head the rest of the week. Don’t throw your ticket away! The number gets your access to your recorded interactions. Also, ABBA announced their reunion/new music/ABBAtar tour the day after we went here. Kismet! Thank you for the music!
I wouldn't recommend this to someone who isn't at least somewhat interested in modern pop culture history, but almost. There is a wealth of fantastic exhibits at this museum detailing the group's career and the impact they had on contemporary music and culture. Excellent!
Overall great! My parents loved it! People who have gowned up up with their music will love it. I, personally, liked it but did not felt so enthusiastic as the older generation. It was fun to get to know the stars behind the big name ABBA, however I must point out that the creators wanted to show too much stuff in a very tight place. You feel cramped inside, I was lucky there weren't many other tourists.
I’m not a huge fan of ABBA like my parents are but I really enjoyed his museum. The guitar collection at the beginning was fantastic for those of us who are more rock fans with guitars owned and signed by some of the masters of all time. The ABBA museum itself was full of really interesting exhibits with fun interactive tasks where you can mix, sing, dance and take photos. Great with a small group of friends.
Is amongst the best attractions I've been in Stockholm. Is professionally set up, well documented, lots and lots of memorabilia and reasonably entertaining. Some tips thought: 1. You MUST be an ABBA fan, but you will be reasonably entertained even if you don't 2. This is Sweden, not Vegas. As always, keep your expectations at bay. Having ggat said, is among the best "pop group shrines" I ever visited, along with some clean amusement for the whole family. Go check!
2nd time here. Exhibition became bigger but souvenir shop loosed some nice goods like phone cases - it was the most useful stuff there. And guys - that magnets that you still sold out can be a bit better than just printed for such price. Just usual magnets of Stockholm city looking better in few times!
This was great fun. ABBA's music will live forever cause it is free from contemporary references and messages. It is about feelings we all have and always will have. The museum have a great walk-through of the careers of all the four members both as members of ABBA and not. Lots of videos and music playing in the museum, so if you are like me that music bring back loads of memories and makes the visit here even more rewarding. In Stockholm l put this on my top3 to visit #thankyouforthemusic
The Abba museum was awesome! There were lots of cool exhibits and you could sing and dance up onstage! The gift shop was a bit expensive, But the rest was fine. Also the staff is really friendly!😀 I loved my visit and recommend that you go there too! I❤Abba the museum!
Brilliant experience. Audio guide by ABBA themselves. Go round at your own pace. Something for every ABBA fan. Guitar exhibition a bonus. Gift shop stuff all overpriced.
Excellent interactive museum. Lots of karaoke opportunities. Comprehensive displays. Definitely do the audio guide and plan for a minimum of three hours if you are an ABBA fan.