Abba The Museum

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  • Address: Djurgardsvagen 68, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +46-812132860
  • Ticket Price: 195 SEK
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Family And Kids

Abba The Museum - Review

The ABBA were THE pop phenomenon of the 70s and 80s and this museum celebrates them and their music in the best way. But it is more than a museum of simple nostalgia and memorabilia. You’re made to feel like the 5th member of the ABBA team and get to dress up in their legendary costumes while their story is told to you in an interactive experience. Check out their recording studio, Benny’s self-playing piano, the recreated Folkpark where Björn and Benny met for the first time, gold records, Stikkan's office, and their Arrival helicopter. The guided tours are really well designed too. And if you’re lucky, you might just get a call from one of the ABBA on the museum’s exclusive phone lines. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Stockholm Itinerary 5 Days.

Abba The Museum Information

  • Cash is not an accepted method of payment here.
  • Fully disabled accessible.
  • Parking is very limited.
  • Guided tours are offered in multiple languages for a minimum of 10 people, and last 45 minutes.

Abba The Museum Ticket Prices

  • Children 7-15 years: SEK 65
  • Family Ticket: SEK 520
  • Free for under 7
  • Audio Guide: SEK 40
  • Guided Tour: SEK 365/person
  • Entrance to Swedish Music Hall of Fame and the History of Swedish Popular Music included in admission.
  • A over the counter service fee will be added if you buy the ticket at the museum.

Abba The Museum Hours

  • August 29th - October 30th & November 7th - December 11th: Monday - Tuesday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm; Wednesday - Thursday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm; Friday - Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm.
  • October 31st - November 6th & December 12th - January 8th: Monday – Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Last admission 90 minutes before closing time.
  • Times may change from year to year.
  • Timing may vary monthwise. Please visit official website for detailed timings.

How To reach Abba The Museum by Public Transport

  • Tram 7; Bus 67, Flygbussarna stop Stockholm Liljevalc Grona Lund.
  • Drive to here, but it’s not recommended.
  • Ferries 80, 82 and Ressels Rederi stop Stockholm Allmanna grand brygg.

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TripHobo Highlights for Abba The Museum

  • Abba The Museum Address: Djurgardsvagen 68, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
  • Abba The Museum Contact Number: +46-812132860
  • Abba The Museum Timing: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm
  • Abba The Museum Price: 195 SEK
  • Best time to visit Abba The Museum(preferred time): 11:30 am - 03:30 pm
  • Time required to visit Abba The Museum: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 49.96% of people who visit Stockholm include Abba The Museum in their plan

  • 57.38% of people start their Abba The Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Abba The Museum

Monday, Thursday and Sunday

88.76% of people prefer walking in order to reach Abba The Museum

People normally club together Skansen and Fotografiska while planning their visit to Abba The Museum.

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Abba The Museum, Stockholm Reviews

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  • Davvero particolare un museo in cui si vedono le persone con l'audioguida muoversi a tempo e ogni tanto mettersi a ballare. In spazi abbastanza compressi sono racchiusi cimeli, abiti e memorabilia della band. Sono anche ricostruiti con cura maniacale e con parte di arredi originali alcuni ambienti tra i quali uno dei due studi di registrazione Polar di Sankt Eriksgatan. Tra il materiale autentico, gli appassionati più "tecnici" possono apprezzare la console Harrison 4032 in dotazione ai Polar Studios, i tre microfoni AKG neri usati nello speciale TV "Dick Cavett meets ABBA" nel 1981 (ben visibili in tutti i video del miniconcerto, in particolare in Slipping Through My Fingers), le cuffie Hitachi HD-90 usate ai Polar Studios (si notano bene ad esempio nelle riprese di Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!), il compressore DBX 162 insieme all'harmonizer Eventide H949 ed ai microfoni AKG D330BT usati nei tour. Una delle sezioni più ammirate è dedicata ai costumi: sono esposti quelli usati in alcune apparizioni televisive oltre ad alcuni abiti originali di scena dei tour in America, Europa e Australia (per chi se lo stesse chiedendo: sì, c'è anche quello "famoso" indossato da Agnetha in Australia). Il museo ospita poi una sezione dedicata agli "ABBA dopo gli ABBA" ovvero al lavoro dei quattro componenti dopo il 1982. Questa parte appare molto spoglia se paragonata alle precedenti. All'uscita si trova il negozio con una discreta collezione di gadget, magliette, dischi, CD e DVD, libri, cartoline da acquistare a prezzi tutto sommato non esagerati se paragonati ad altri musei. Il prezzo per l'ingresso al museo, nel 2018, è di 250 Corone (circa 24 Euro) pagabili solo con bancomat o carte, niente contanti. Al negozio si può accedere anche senza passare dal museo, utile per tornare in caso ci si fosse dimenticati di comprare qualcosa. Il personale alla biglietteria ed al negozio è stato gentilissimo e sempre sorridente; capita raramente nei musei.

  • Prepare yourself for 2(ish) hours of ABBA fun. Very detailed accounts, wonderful costumes and the interactive sections of the museum are amazing. I would encourage anyone attending to muster up the courage to get on stage and sing as part of their ABBA hologram experience - it's exhilarating. It'll cost you 250 Swedish Krone (equivalently about 25 euros) but please be aware that they only take card payments!! No cash. This did throw us off a little when we arrived. I would definitely recommend this to even a mild ABBA fan, absolutely worth it.

  • 2hours of my life that was spent having incredibly amounts of fun. I went to the ABBA museum by myself and enjoyed every moment of it. It's a very interactive museum, you can feel like a real ABBA star yourself. Obviously it helps of you're a fan of the band and you really need to immerse yourself into the fun of it all. A morning well spent, and you do want to get here in the morning, the queues get quite big quite quickly.

  • This museum made me an Abba fan. Was great to learn about their music and their story. Was hugely interactive and lots of fun. Also showed a lot about what Abba did after they stopped singing together, which was very interesting. What was missing for me was stations where you could listen to their different songs. Would offer a little something extra to those of us just starting on our journey to superfandom.

  • I was a little sceptical about the museum of a pop band but this surprised me positively. It’s partly interactive and you can in several different ways try your own pop idol skills or experience how it could feel to be a pop star. You can even record all your efforts and download from their website when back home. Exhibition is telling and showing stories of members of ABBA also before and after the ABBA time. And it of course goes behind the scenes under their busiest years. There is also time limited exhibition before the museum. Autumn 2018 it was the guitars of the world.

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