Wednesday, October 26th, 2016



Chris at Spotted Horse should plan on making a side-trip to Sweden if he visits Europe in 2008 to visit the new ABBA museum.

An ABBA museum dedicated to the music, clothing and history of the legendary Swedish pop group and its four members will open in Stockholm in 2008, organizers said Tuesday.

The interactive museum will feature original outfits and instruments used by the group, handwritten song lyrics, a display of different awards, and “all other things we can think of and find,” said Ulf Westman, an event consultant who is spearheading the project with his wife Ewa Wigenheim-Westman.

The museum will also feature a studio where visitors can record their own ABBA songs, and an interactive experience that “will recreate the feeling of being at Wembley stadium and seeing ABBA live with 50,000 others,” Westman said.

The thought of 50,000 ABBA fans in any one place is more than my nerves can handle.

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