ABBA the Museum

ABBA's pop history

Don't miss ABBA the Museum during your visit to Stockholm!

The Abba museum is a museum in Stockholm completely dedicated to the fantastic history of the pop group ABBA. Here you get to see many of ABBA's fantastic stage outfits, hear the members' own stories, see objects embedded in constructed environments that are replicas of the real places ABBA stayed in during their career. And of course hear all the music that ABBA has made throughout the ages.

Who were you when you listened to ABBA's songs? I was Agnetha when I stood with the skipping rope in my hand and sang along. Maybe you were Anni-Frid or Benny behind the piano or maybe Björn. Everyone probably has memories of ABBA's heyday and also the time after, because ABBA's music lives on generation after generation. Now you can also try to become ABBA's fifth member and sing on ABBA the Museum.

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Ticket to ABBA the Museum in Stockholm

Entrance ticket to ABBA the Museum

ABBA the Museum is located on Djurgården almost wall to wall Gröna Lund. Go there to see the whole interesting story of how ABBA was formed, the tour life, the clothes, the songs and what happens after ABBA's hiatus in 1982. Some of the exhibitions are permanent but there will also be temporary exhibitions around different here you can go several times.

Tickets must be purchased in advance - no tickets are sold on the spot.

Opened: All year around
Address: Djurgårdsvägen 68, Djurgården, Stockholm.

Hop on Hop off buss och inträde till Abbamuseet i Stockholm

Hop on Hop off buss + ABBA The Museum

Kombo ticket 24 hours

Combine seeing Stockholm on board a Hop on Hop off bus and then paying a visit to the Abba museum. The bus takes you through most of Stockholm, where you can see many famous sights. The bus also goes out to Djurgården where ABBA The Museum is located. There you can drop off for a visit to the museum and learn all about the pop group ABBA.

Included in the ticket: bus for 24 hours and entrance to ABBA The Museum. Outside "ABBA the Museum" is the stop for the museum.

Season: Feb 24 - Dec 31, 2024
Departs: Royal Opera House and several stops. Time: 24 hours

About ABBA the Museum

ABBA the Museum is located outside on Djurgården in Stockholm. Around are more sights such as Skansen, Gröna Lund, Vasa Ship Museum, Museum of Wrecks and The Viking Museum.

The Abba museum opened on 7 May 2013. But the road to an ABBA museum has been quite long. The entrepreneurs and married couple Ulf Westman and Ewa Wigenheim-Westman presented at a press conference in 2006 that they have plans to build an ABBA museum. They wanted to create a museum dedicated to ABBA, Sweden's biggest music export. They said Liverpool has a Beatles museum and Graceland USA has their Elvis museum. ABBA should also have their own museum.

There were many trips. At first it was supposed that the ABBA museum would be located there Fotografiska located today, in Stora Tullhuset. But that did not happen. The Westman couple then sold the rights to the company Touring Exhibitions Sweden AB. They then instead started touring the world with their "ABBA museum" and displayed ABBA memorabilia. In the end, it was decided that a new building would be built next to Gröna Lund, and there you will find ABBA the Museum today.

Reconstructed environments
In the museum you can see reconstructed environments that originate from different places where ABBA has been, such as the Polar studio where ABBA recorded songs from 1978, a Swedish folk park, the writer's cottage on Viggsö in the Stockholm archipelago where several of ABBA's hit songs were written, including Dancing Queen and Stikkan Andersson's office in Stockholm.

If it says RING RING in the museum
In the ABBA museum there is a special phone that only 4 people have the number for...namely the members of ABBA. So if it rings, you should answer. You can talk to Björn, Benny, Agnetha or Frida.

More ABBA in the World
The musical Mamma Mia has played to sold-out houses in both New York and London. And still being played the musical Mamma Mia in London since 1999. In London you can also see the concert. In London you can also see the ABBA Voyage concert with virtual Björn, Benny, Agnetha and Frida. An absolutely fantastic concert experience. In 2021, ABBA released their album Voyage with new material and the last one was 40 years ago.

ABBA are celebrating 50 years since their win in Brighton in 1974
On April 6, 1974, many sat on benches in front of the TV sets and got to see ABBA win the entire Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton. After that day, nothing was the same for the group ABBA. It has been 50 years since the win next year in 2024. This is celebrated all over the world with various Anniversary Shows. Unfortunately not with real ABBA but with look-alikes who have made a success worldwide for their similarity both in terms of appearance and voice.

Address: Djurgårdsvägen 68, 115 21 Stockholm

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