In a short time, ABBA The Museum has become one of the most popular attractions in Stockholm. I would say that it’s something quite different from the traditional. It’s not only a place to see costumes, musical instruments and old albums that have marked the journey of the Swedish band. It’s modern, interactive and fun. Their most famous songs animate the visit while we walk through the museum. Of course, most of them are already in our minds due to the success of the film Mamma Mia. The place has amazing videos that tell a little bit the history of the group. There are also several places where visitors can dance, sing and record short clips. In one of the most interesting parts of the museum, there is a room where you can go up on stage and sing a song of ABBA next to holograms of the members of the Swedish pop group. It’s better to buy a ticket online in advance because there is an extra fee for issuing the ticket on the spot. As the museum is on the island of Djurgården, it may be a good idea to plan your visit together with another must-see attraction in Stockholm also found on this island: the Vasa Museum. ABBA The Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
ABBA The Museum. Djurgårdsvägen 68. Stockholm. Phone: +46 771 75 75 75. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.abbathemuseum.com.