ABBA - The Museum, Stockholm
Published on 24 March 2017
Members of Swede Dreamz ABBA tribute band were is Stockholm, Sweden recently and took time-out to visit ABBA - The Museum, the fully interactive attraction dedicated to the music of ABBA.
ABBA The Museum is a fully-interactive exhibition dedicated to ABBA that opened in Stockholm, Sweden in May 2013.
ABBA The Museum is more than an ordinary museum. Visitors are guided through the early years of the four individual band members leading up to their victory at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974 and then on to their rise to international stardom! ABBA’s iconic stage costumes take pride of place in glass cases surrounded by gold single and album awards from around the world, collectable memorabilia and much, much more.
Few places are as strongly connected with ABBA as Polar Music Studio. ABBA The Museum has carefully recreated ABBA’s Polar Studio giving visitors a unique opportunity to see and feel items such as the mixing desk used at the location where the sound was created.
Additional museum features include a self-playing piano, Stikkan Anderson's office in Stockholm and even Viggso, the archipelago island where many of the classic songs were born.
There's a fabbatastic 'Super Trouper' of an introduction video at the very start of your visit to ABBA - The Museum tour. Take a look here:
For further details regarding ABBA - The Museum including opening times, tickets prices, etc please visit their website at www.abbathemuseum.com