Walk in. Dance out.
ABBA The Museum is more than an ordinary museum. Naturally, the members’ costumes, gold records, original items, memorabilia, and much, much more are here. But at this museum you are an important part of the experience! We simply want you to experience the feeling of being the 5th ABBA member. To find out what you would look like in their legendary stage costumes, to sing at the Polar Studio, to experience exciting 3D avatars, and to enter the stage together with the band. Your material will be recorded on your personal ID number on your ticket.
THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN LOOK FORWARD TO
THE POLAR STUDIO
Few places are as strongly connected with ABBA as the Polar Studio. At the museum you will have a unique opportunity to see and feel items such as the mixing desk used at the location where the sound was created.
The big breakthrough! Welcome to Brighton, 1974, where you will experience plenty of unique original items from the victory!
At the museum there is a very special piano, it's self-playing piano. And it’s only Benny who has access to it. And you never know when it will play...
Only four people in the entire world have the number for our special telephone. So be sure to answer if it rings!
Listen to the members’ own stories and memories from their amazing career. The manuscript for the audio guide has been specially written by Catherine Johnson, who wrote the screenplay for the Mamma Mia! movie.
Travel back to the moment when it all started. Welcome to the place where Björn and Benny first met: the Folkpark in 1966!
If you’ve sold more than 379 million records you’ll receive plenty of gold records. See for yourself!
A major band like ABBA requires plenty of office work. Visit Stikkan's office in Stockholm.
A proud father’s collection. Have a look at Gunnar Ulvaeus’ unique press cuttings from his original scrap books.
The Arrival helicopter from the classic LP Cover is at the museum. Have a seat behind the controls!
THE DANCE FLOOR
Enter the dance floor and strut your stuff on the flashing floor!
At the end of 1982 ABBA decided to take a break, but their presence is still felt. For example through the world’s most successful film musical, Mamma Mia!
Apart from the music, ABBA are perhaps mainly known for their amazing, crazy and spectacular stage costumes. Naturally, they’re on display here!
Have a seat and enjoy our Pop Saga written by Björn Ulvaeus and illustrated by Ola Skogäng!
This is where the magic happened. Welcome to the archipelago island where many of the classic songs were born.