ABBA The Museum

Probably few readers have never heard the famous songs from the 70s and 80s of the legendary Swedish music group ABBA.

The band may have broken up in 1982, but the songs and their history still survive in Stockholm's famous ABBA Museum.

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Stockholm is the city where this famous band formed in the 1970s and began their stellar career. That's why you'll find a small museum right here on the island of Djurgården.

The museum was founded in 2013 by two members of the band, Ewa Wigenheim-Westman and Ulf Westman.

The museum's exhibitions - what will you see?

The museum focuses mainly on objects related to the creation of ABBA songs. Right at the entrance, you will be greeted by four life-size wax figures in very lifelike likeness representing the 4 main members of ABBA.

You'll see a replica of a recording studio, Benny's piano, lots of costumes and memorabilia, or even a replica of the dressing rooms where the members groomed themselves before a concert.

Short films from various concerts are shown and, of course, famous songs are played.

Admission and opening hours

The museum is open daily from 10:00. Closing times vary according to the season and range between 17:00 and 20:00. Detailed schedule can be found on the official website:

Ticket prices also vary according to the season.

  • 239 sek to 299 sek - adults
  • 200 sek up to 260 sek - students and seniors over 65
  • 100 sek up to 120 sek - children under 17

Official website with online ticket purchase:

How to get to the museum?

At the south (main) entrance there is a bus and tram stop "Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund".

  • Trams - line 7
  • Buses - lines 67, 970

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