ABBA The Museum
ABBA The Museum is one of Stockholm’s hottest attractions. The story of the much-loved pop group is an interactive delight of sights, sounds and music, including the catchiest tunes they ever wrote and performed together.
Fans of the famous quartet will find that a fun-filled trip to the museum is the perfect way to spend time during a stay in Stockholm. And actually, many ABBA-fans make the trip to the Swedish capital just to visit the museum.
Knowing Me, Knowing ABBAFlicking through ABBA’s back catalogue reveals an unrivalled list of pop hits. The members of the band met and worked together in the sixties, but it was not until 1972 that Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid combined their initials to forma ABBA. After storming to victory in the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest with the irrepressible hit ‘Waterloo’, the band enjoyed unprecedented success. It is a remarkable story and fans will find a comprehensive exploration of the group’s highs and lows.
Among the many interesting exhibitions you’ll find interactive experiences where the museum will make you feel like the 5th member of ABBA. You can try on their stage costumes, record a music video, sing in the Polar Studio, and last but not least, get on stage with their 3D hologram avatars.
Pop Music, A Swedish CornerstoneABBA The Museum is one Stockholm’s best cultural offerings, and when visiting you’ll be pleased to find that an additional musical attraction is included in your ticket, the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. which lives in the same building. Music has long been important for Sweden, and the country has birthed many cultural exports, from pop legends like Roxette and Robyn, to darker bands like Entombed, and the sun-drenched First Aid Kit. Sharing the building with the ABBA Museum, let yourself be inspired by the exhibitions, events, and of course gigs at the Swedish Music Hall of Fame.
The Radisson Blu Airport Terminal Hotel, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport has excellent connections to central Stockholm, only 20 minutes away with the express train, putting the ABBA Museum within easy reach.