Tickets to ABBA The Museum
ABBA The Museum at Djurgården in Stockholm offers an interactive journey through one of the biggest success stories in music history. Here the visitor will get close to the band by experiencing what it’s like to be the fifth member of ABBA, get on stage together with the other members, enter the Polar studio and see what he or she looks like in ABBA’s legendary costumes, and much more.
ABBA The Museum is incredibly popular, so in order to avoid queues and crowds the tickets are valid fora particular slot of time.
Booking your tickets in advance means you avoid standing in line and can go straight into the museum.
Tickets can be purchased at the museum, but be prepared to wait both in line to buy tickets and then
for your slot time to start.ABBA The Museum is disabled friendly. Guided tours are given in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish. Chinese, Japanese and Russian are available upon request.
Agnetha, Benny, Björn and Frida will tell their own personal ABBA stories through the museum audio guide.
ABBA The Museum aims to make its exhibitions as interactive as possible. For example, there is a self-playing piano that is linked up to Benny’s studio. If the visitor is lucky, the red light will flash and the piano (Benny) will start playing while he or she is there.
Opposite the museum a Mamma Mia dinner party restaurant will open 2016.
Das Museum ist eine Weiterentwicklung der erfolgreichen Ausstellung ABBA WORLD, die in den vergangenen
Jahren auf der ganzen Welt gezeigt worden ist und nun endlich einen permanenten Platz bekommen hat. ABBA The Museum befindet sich im 5000 m² großen Musikhaus Swedish Music Hall of Fame auf der Stockholmer Insel Djurgården.