Press Releases

ABBA The Museum celebrates the 40th anniversary of ABBA's international breakthrough. A day for fans and family!

Feb 18, 2014 13:16 GMT ABBA The Museum ABBA The Museum celebrates the 40th anniversary of ABBA’s international breakthrough in the Eurovision Song Contest 1974. The museum invites the whole family to take part in new exhibits and experience a special tribute to ABBA fans through the premier performance of the museum's own choir: ABBA The Museum/The Choir.

ABBA The Museum has now chosen the international finalists to the museum choir!

Feb 11, 2014 16:08 GMT ABBA The Museum ABBA The Museum is putting together a choir to celebrate the 40th anniversary of ABBA’s international breakthrough at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974. The choir will perform for the first time at the museum on April 6th. Choir singers from all over the world have applied for the sought-after choir position - The Missing Member. Interest has been great, with applications from over 50 countries.

The Little White Piano – New children’s book by Björn Ulvaeus

Jan 29, 2014 09:01 GMT ABBA The Museum The Little White Piano is a children’s book, written by Björn Ulvaeus and illustrated by Maja Lindberg. This charming and enthralling book tells the story of the piano which many of ABBA’s greatest hits were composed on.

ABBA’s musical legacy takes the stage as a globally unique choir, presented by ABBA The Museum.

Dec 14, 2013 07:40 GMT ABBA The Museum For the first time in history, a 50-member choir with the name ABBA The Museum/The Choir has been established. The choir has been created to celebrate the 40th anniversary of ABBA's international breakthrough on April 6, 1974, the day when the group won the Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton. Choristers are welcome to apply for this prestigious placement.

ABBA The Museum - a top 3 destination in Sweden.

Dec 05, 2013 15:14 GMT ABBA The Museum Since ABBA The Museum opened its doors in Djurgården, Stockholm, on May 7, 2013, it has quickly received more than a quarter of a million visitors – the majority of them from abroad.

ABBA tourism in Sweden fuelled thanks to museum

Dec 03, 2013 11:58 GMT ABBA The Museum Now ABBA, one of the greatest pop bands of all times, can also be described as tourism – the phenomenon ABBA tourism. This is the result of the mapping of visitors of the new ABBA museum in Stockholm by the Tourism research institute ETOUR at Mid Sweden University. The average visitor spends around 2 000 SEK per day and the duration of his or her stay in Stockholm is three days.