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ABBA the Museum

Open since 2013, ABBA Museum, located in Stockholm, Sweden, was founded by the Westman couple. Within the building, the history of the ABBA group, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974, is put in the spotlight. Thanks to an audio guide, visitors relive the beginnings and moments of glory of the musical quartet. The screenplay was written by Catherine Johnson, a famous screenwriter. Throughout the visit, the stage costumes of the artists are reminiscent of the musical shows of the time. Gold records, symbols of the talent and popularity of their songs, litter the walls. The instruments, with which the members of the legendary group have played, are added to the museum's collection. Figurines and representative objects of the ABBA group inspire nostalgia and fascination.
ABBA The Museum

FAQs for ABBA the Museum

  • Who are the members of the ABBA group?
    The ABBA group is made up of: Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad known as Frida.

  • What does ABBA mean?
    The name ABBA was formed from the initials of each first name of the four artists of the group (Agnetha, Björn, Benny, Anni-Frid).