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    I wonder if the tour guides speak english,but don’t really know what they are saying? That would be authentic. Stockholm sounds really cool, a lot like Budapest.

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    Great fun, informational and entertaining.

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    Great museum, sadly, other people tend to hog the exhibits so unless you’re boisterous, you can miss out on the interactive stuff.

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    Even if you are not a fan of their music, this museum is something woth visiting, as it show an important part of music history and contains an astonishing amount of original items from the 70’s, including a rebuild of the original studio. The interactive features using modernest technologies are a good contrast to the collection – and fun, too.

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    if you’re a big abba fan, i’m sure you’ll come here. if you’re not (like me), but like their music, it’s pretty interesting and reasonably well done. worth 60-90 minutes.the band narrates on the audio guide, and it walks you through their career, as you would expect. the cool thing about this museum was some of the interactive activities that you could do then store to the web. you can try to mix a song and see how closely it matches, you can dance with computer generated costume (think kinect). the coolest thing was probably the stage with the holographic projection of the band where you can sing karaoke (if you’re willing). some tips:buy tickets online. the ticket counter at the museum is exceedingly inefficient. bring a credit card. they are a cashless operation. cards only. they explain their philosophy about this.