ABBA: The Museum

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ABBA: The Museum is an exhibition dedicated to the pop music group ABBA situated in the capital of their home nation of Sweden, Stockholm. The exhibition opened in 2013 in the Djurgarden area of Stockholm. The exhibition displays exhibits that show the history of the band and key performances such as the Eurovision song contest. The exhibits are interactive so visitors can join in and sing the band's famous songs.

Getting there

The exhibition is situated in the Djurgarden area of Stockholm, the closest transport station to the exhibition is ‘Stockholm Skansenslingan’ which is a short five-minute walk to the ABBA museum.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open every day 10am-6pm and a visit normally lasts around 90 minutes. Entrance to the exhibition costs 230SEK for adults and 90SEK for children with a discount for group booking available as well, no cash is accepted at the museum. The exhibition has lockers for people to store bags which are not permitted in the exhibit areas.

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