Join in on a musical walking tour of ABBA. Stockholm is the place where the pop group ABBA worked and lived for many years. Hear the history behind one of the world’s most successful pop groups and get a glimpse of their home town.
The tour revels in the age of ABBA, disco, glitter and glamour as well as gives a glimpse of the transformation the city of Stockholm has endured. Like the times when the city district of old Klara quarter was demolished; the emancipation of the Swedish man; and the decade when the king married, and also formally handed over power to the nation. In cooperation with ABBA The Museum
To participate in the walking tour, you need a ticket. Tickets are being sold at the Medieval Museum, located at Strömparterren, from Saturday 13 August. The ticket office is open on weekdays 11.30–17.00 and weekends 12.00–17.00 (with the exception of Wednesday when it’s open 11.30–20.00 and Saturday 20 August when it’s open 11.30–17.00) from the 13th until Sunday the 21 August. Tickets cost 30 crowns each. The adress for the starting point of the walking tour is specified on the ticket.