Abba museum

ABBA The Museum

Come and enjoy Swedish music and ABBA's timeless hits! One of the world's best-known bands are presented interactively – in the museum you get to be a part of the experience. ABBA The Museum is an experience for everyone. Walk in. Dance out!

ABBA The Museum in Stockholm is more than an ordinary museum. At the museum you will get an introduction to the history of ABBA, but you will also experience the feeling of being the 5th ABBA member. Enter the stage together with the band and find out what you would look like in their legendary stage costumes. All materials can be recorded and accessed with your personal ID number. In addition, you can see the members’ costumes, gold records, original items, memorabilia and much, much more.

ABBA The Museum is a part of Pop House which has a temporary exhibition about the Eurovision Song Contest and a backstage photo exhibition.

What is included?

  • Entrance to the ABBA The Museum, and also
  • Gröna Lund Backstage – The Photo Exhibition, featuring more than 250 Swedish and international artists who have performed on Gröna Lund's main stage (until December 20th 2017)
  • Good Evening Europe! – an exhibition about the Eurovision Song Contest (until December 20th 2017)
  • The Pop Shop – heaven for those who like ABBA, the music and all the magic around it
  • New! We now offer audioguide free of charge

Tip! Pop House Hotel & Restaurant is located in the same house. There you can have lunch or a cup of coffee.

Admission

  • €24/adult
  • €8/child (7–15 years)
  • Free of charge/child (under 7 years)

Admission prices valid January 1st–December 31st 2017.

The museum offers baby carriers for small children because they can't have strollers inside the museum. Baby carriage locks can be borrowed at the box office. The minimum age to visitit without adult supervision is 16 years. ABBA The Museum only accept credit cards – not cash.

Audioguide – free of charge!

Listen to Agnetha, Anni-Frid, Björn and Bennys own stories and memories of their fantastic career.

Languages: Swedish, English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Polish, Chinese, Italian and Finnish.

Opening hours

Closed on Christmas Eve December 24th 2017.

See opening hours at abbathemuseum.com

How to get there

Adress Djurgårdsvägen 68

"Flygbussarna" at 10:45 from the Viking Line terminal to Djurgården. Bus stop: Skansen (about 200 m). Return at 15:00 from Djurgården to the Viking Line terminal. Tickets can be booked in advance or on board.

City Tram Number 7 from Sergels torg to the Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund stop.

Bus Number 44 bus from Karlaplan to the Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund stop.

Boat Take the Djurgården ferry at Slussen and exit at Gröna Lund.

Subway and on foot Red line to Karlaplan, walk down Narvavägen and continue straight ahead, across the bridge to Djurgården. Keep on walking for 15 minutes.

Taxi To Djurgårdsvägen 68

How to book

When booking your trip online, you have the option to add Destination deals under the Destination section.