Had read good reviews but found it a little tacky and hard to follow the audio guide with the displays. Also, quite e pensive. Would give it a miss.
What a fun and interactive museum! Not only do you learn about ABBAs history but you also sing to their songs with them and try directing their music videos etc. It was such a fun experience and the best is that before every activity you scan your ticket and it saves your progress online so you can relive the fun... More
The most disappointing expo I've ever visited, even if ABBA is my guilty pleasure for decades. It all looks like web-site printed as wallpaper in strange WWII bunker. No really artifacts, no really personal belongings, no really clear presentation. And boring museum shop as well.
I had the most fantastic time at this museum. Well worth the visit! Wish i had my mum with me because she would have loved it even more than I did. FYI - the museum is a 'cashless facility' everything must be paid via eftpos or credit card.
Not something I would have chosen to do myself, but when coerced to go by my F/O, I must admit I thoroughly enjoyed it. I learned more about ABBA then I probably ever needed to know, but it was great to learn the background of the music we all dressed up in Leisure Suits and danced to in the '70s... More
The word museum makes it sound quite stuffy. This was far from stuffy, it was mostly interactive and a lot of fun!!! Each interactive station allows you to present your own personal barcode and download your performance up to 30 days after your visit. Many, many laughs and well worth the £20 or so.
Ok so yes you have to like Abba or have someone with you who does to have a great time here. There are so many interactive events and some interesting historic information about ABBA and how they were formed. Your ticket also acts as a pass to see everything you do on line after the fact. You can dance and... More
I read mixed reviews but had to see for myself. The museum is right by the Vasa warship so easy tie on but they recommend you make a reservation. We did but don't know if its critical. You walk into the ground floor then go 2 floors down to the basement where you are lead by ABBA (if you use... More
Great place for a visit and a must-see for ABBA fans! I am not a real ABBA fan, but I enjoyed it greatly. Keep in mind that they charge you for the tickets if purchased at the entrance to the museum, so buy your ticket online in advance. And please note that cash is not accepted in the museum shop,... More
Wonderful bright interactive museum!! A lot of information (I recommend the audio guide). Thank to all for the pleasure ... and especially to legendary band ABBA :-)
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