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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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50.01% of people who visit Stockholm include Abba The Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
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
88.76% of people prefer walking in order to reach Abba The Museum
Really great museum, even if you aren't an Abba fan (like me) its still really engaging if you pay attention. Gives a very good insight into their lives not only on stage but personally. There are a lot of interactive games/puzzles as well, which are fun even if they don't have anything to do with Abba specifically.
Unexpectedly a good experience! I expected it’d be just about watching the exhibitions about ABBA or their history.. but not at all! I loved how the museum is designed for visitors to interact with the exhibitions. Well designed throughout. I could see the Swedish makers’ love for ABBA in the museum! The entrance fee for the museum was 250 krona (US$ 27-28) which isn’t cheap but I think it was worth it!
It's a super, very well-assembled museum. It gives an insight into the band's life outside of the stage, with a wealth of interactive music, their dresses and suitcases. I was listening to the Abba 2 months later on a plane :) The generation who has lived in the '70s and loved the Abba band is compulsory.
Very cute museum! Fast to visit and nice to be able to interact in different occasions. Like for example "recording" your own ABBA songs! Very fun and interesting! A very nice way to pay tribute to this amazing music group that changed the international music!
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.