ABBA: The Museum Tours

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Stockholm’s ABBA: The Museum is an interactive space for ABBA fans to learn about the legendary Swedish band’s history and trivia. Housing plenty of the band’s costumes, gold records, and memorabilia, the museum invites visitors to experience the feeling of being “the fifth member of ABBA.”
 
The Basics
Fully dedicated to the biggest pop group ever to come out of Sweden, the ABBA Museum allows visitors to try on some of the band’s stage costumes, sing with them in the recording studio, interact with holograms, and even go on stage with the band. 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 board; 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. The audio guide was specially written for the museum by the screenwriter for Mamma Mia! 
 
Most hop-on hop-off bus or boat tours of Stockholm stop at the ABBA Museum, which allows unlimited time to explore the museum at your leisure.
 
Things to Know Before You Go
  • The ABBA Museum is a must-see for music lovers.
  • Plan on spending 90 minutes to two hours at the museum.
  • The entire museum is cash-free, so be sure to have a credit card on hand. 
  • Children under seven years old are admitted for free. Strollers are not allowed, but you can borrow a child carrier from the museum.
  • The museum offers free small lockers and lockable hangers. 
  • Elevators to every floor enable easy wheelchair accessibility. 
 
How to Get There
To get to the ABBA Museum by public transit, take either tram nr 7 and stop at Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund or take bus nr 67 and stop at Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund. A ferry also runs to Djurgården; stop at Allmänna Gränd. Parking on Djurgården is limited, so driving is not recommended. 
 
When to Get There
The ABBA Museum is open daily, with later hours in the summer when travelers flock to Stockholm to explore during the longer daylight hours.
 
Attractions near the ABBA Museum
The island of Djurgården is also home to several other popular attractions, such as the maritime Vasa Museum, Skansen (open-air museum and zoo), Gröna Lund theme park, and Junibacken children’s park. Just a short hop from the city center and Old Town (Gamla Stan), you could easily spend an entire day exploring the island.


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Address: Djurgardsvagen 68, Stockholm, Sweden
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ABBA The Museum

If you’re planning on visiting Stockholm’s Abba The Museum, book your ticket online ahead of time and save yourself time waiting in the ticket lines. With your admission ticket, you’ll explore the museum at your own pace, and make your way through exhibits in the order you prefer. Plus you can record yourself in the interactive karaoke exhibit, and then download the video afterward using the personal ID on your ticket stub.
  • Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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Stockholm Shore Excursion: Stockholm City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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  • Duration: 3 days
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Red Buses Stockholm Hop-On Hop-Off Boat

Explore Stockholm's most important landmarks from the decks of a beautifully refurbished boat during this hop-on, hop-off tour. With a ticket that is valid for 24 hours, disembark at attractions like the Royal Palace, Nybroviken, Gamla Stan and the Vasa Museum. Spend as much or as little time as you like at each stop and enjoy a beautiful panoramic views of the shoreline along the way. Listen to the audio tour in 10 different languages for engaging commentary on Stockholm's history and culture.
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Red Buses Stockholm Hop-On Hop-Off bus 72h

See the sights in Stockholm from your seat on a double-decker, open-top bus, hopping on and off wherever you like to explore further. The loop through the city includes 21 stops and an audio guide; your pass is good for 72 hours.
  • Duration: 3 days
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Shore Excursion: RED BUSES Stockholm Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

When your cruise ship docks in Stockholm's port, take a hop-on hop-off bus tour to see all of Stockholm's landmarks and cultural highlights. Circumnavigate the city aboard an open-air, double-decker bus and enjoy the flexibility to pick and choose which of the 21 stops interest you. With a ticket that is good for 24 hours, spend as much time as you like at the Kungliga Slottet, The Vasa Museum, Stadshuset, Gamla Stan, the famous Ice Bar and other attractions. As you travel, listen to the onboard audio tour, available in 11 different languages.
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