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Abba The Museum

Museums, Music
Abba The Museum
Photograph: Randreu/Wikimedia Commons Abba The Museum

Time Out says

This tribute to the glitziest band in Swedish history is chock-a-block with all the gold discs, chunky platforms and quirky memorabilia you’d imagine. Plus, there are some seriously clever interactive exhibits that give visitors the chance to perform on stage alongside Abba and dress up in virtual versions of some of the group’s famous sparkly outfits. You don’t need to be a die-hard fan to enjoy it, and although entry is pricier than many of Stockholm’s other top attractions, you can easily while away half a day here. Be warned, you’ll probably be humming “Dancing Queen” for hours afterwards. Note there’s no money, money money accepted at this cash-free venue and you’ll save heaps of queuing time by booking online in advance.

Time Out tip: More contemporary free live music is regularly on offer in the adjacent Pop House hotel bar.


Address: Djurgårdsvägen 68

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