Some of the museum’s different interactive exhibits include Waterloo, where you’ll be transported back to 1974 Brighton; The Polar Studio, where you can get hands-on with the mixing desk; and Benny’s Piano, the self-playing piano that has some special tricks in store for you. The original members of ABBA speak directly to you through the audio guide, sharing stories and memories from their careers. (Fun fact: the manuscript for the audio guide was specially written for the museum by the screenwriter for the movie Mamma Mia!)
Also included in the ticket price are the exhibits: Swedish National Music Hall of Fame and The History of Swedish Popular Music.
It’s recommended to book tickets in advance, as the ticket-entry times are specific to each visitor. The museum offers free small lockers and lockable hangers. In fact, the entire museum is cash-free, so be sure to have a credit card on hand. The museum is adapted for wheelchairs, with elevators to every floor. To get there by public transit, take either tram nr 7 and stop at Liljevaljchs/Gröna Lund or take bus nr 67 and stop at Liljevaljchs/Gröna Lund. A ferry also runs to Djurgården; stop at Allmänna Gränd.
Tours & Tickets
Experience Stockholm on your Cruise with Red Buses Hop-On Hop-Off by bus. We will meet you in the port upon arrival and all departures pass by the port. Your ... Read more
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 1 day (approx.)