Finally, ABBA The Museum opens for visitors again!

Finally, ABBA The Museum opens for visitors again!


On Thursday 27 May at 10 AM, ABBA The Museum will open to visitors again – after being closed since November last year !

– After being closed for almost 200 days we are now getting ready to reopen and we are really looking forward to welcoming visitors again. We can´t wait to be able to exceed our visitors’ expectations and let them enjoy the music, the magic and the memories of ABBA, to have them once again Walk In and Dance Out. We will open in a responsible way and have adapted the museum, due to the pandemic. A visit to ABBA The Museum is safe and secure for both our visitors and our staff, says Caroline Fagerlind, Museum Director ABBA The Museum.

ABBA The Museum is an interactive museum where you can virtually try on ABBA’s costumes, sing, play, mix original music and become the fifth member of ABBA by performing on the museums large stage together with Björn, Benny, Frida and Agnetha.

On an iPad, you can choose different instruments from the studio and listen to how they sound on a recording when all the other instruments have been removed. This is just a fraction of all the fun things you will experience at the museum.

A good news is that the museum has prolonged their popular temporary exhibition MAMMA MIA! Behind The Movie Magic, an exhibition that takes the visitors behind the scenes of movie making, until December this year.

ABBA The Museum have a new ticketing system that gives visitors the possibility to cancel their tickets, by themselves, up to 24 hours before their visit, to encourage visitors to stay home if they have any symptoms. To ensure the maximum visitors allowed and keep an even flow in the exhibition they will use slot-times and only allow pre-booked tickets online.

Read more about ABBA The Museum’s opening and pre-book your tickets here.

Kungliga Djurgårdens Intressenter, KDI AB, coordinates attractions and joint activities on Djurgården. Learn more