ABBA The Museum

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At Stockholm’s new ABBA The Museum (Djurgård­svägen 68, Stockholm, Sweden; phone +46 8 12 13 28 60), devoted to the 1970s Swedish pop group ABBA, you can don a digital replica of a costume, sing and dance with holograms of the band and have photos and video of your experience to keep. Memorabilia, gold records and exhibits, including a helicopter and a mixing board, are on display. 

Admission includes entry to the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. Open daily 10-8. Timed tickets cost SEK195 (near $30) adult or SEK50 ($7.75) child. Audio guide in English, SEK40.

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At Stockholm’s new ABBA The Museum (Djurgård­svägen 68, Stockholm, Sweden; phone +46 8 12 13 28 60), devoted to the 1970s Swedish pop group ABBA, you can don a digital replica of a costume, sing and dance with holograms of the band and have photos and video of your experience to keep. Memorabilia, gold records and exhibits, including a helicopter and a mixing board, are on display. 

Admission includes entry to the Swedish Music Hall of Fame. Open daily 10-8. Timed tickets cost SEK195 (near $30) adult or SEK50 ($7.75) child. Audio guide in English, SEK40.