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Thank you for the music! Opened in May 2013, ABBA Museum (actually: ABBA the Museum) is one of Stockholm’s newer attractions, showcasing the glittering world of the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest winners.

The Abba Museum is located on the island of Djurgården near the Gröna Lund theme park. The theme of the exhibition is the Swedish band ABBA and, of course, their music: in addition to costumes and a recreated recording studio, there are numerous interactive elements to sing along and listen to.

Tickets und Preise

The easiest way to book tickets in advance is online via the link below: Tickets without queuing All tickets also include admission to the exhibitions Swedish Music Hall of Fame and History of Swedish Popular Music. When purchasing tickets at the museum, the tourist information offices or the SJ Ticket Office, there is an additional SEK 20 handling fee. Only cashless payment is possible at the museum.
  • Adults: SEK 250
  • Students: SEK 175
  • Children 7-15 years: SEK 95
  • Children under 7 are free.
  • Family ticket: SEK 595 For up to two adults and four children (7-15 years).

Wegbeschreibung

  • Adresse: Djurgårdsvägen 68, 115 21 Stockholm, Schweden
  • Tram : Linie 7 bis zu Haltestelle Liljevaljchs / Gröna Lund
  • Bus: Linie 67 bis zu Haltestelle Liljevaljchs / Gröna Lund
  • Djurgården-Fähre bis Haltestelle Allmänna Gränd

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AdresseDjurgårdsvägen 68, 115 21 Stockholm, Schweden
Telefon+46 8 121 328 60
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