Stockholm, Oct 4: An ABBA museum will open next year in Sweden's capital city Stockholm where the famed music group's works would be showcased.
The museum would be set in the Swedish Music Hall of Fame, a new exhibit venue located in Stockholm, reported Xinhua.
The museum as well as the Swedish Music Hall of Fame would receive support financially from Bjorn Ulvaeus, one of the four group members of ABBA.
"I have hesitated about being museum object before I am dead" but "now I think ABBA is a Cinderella story that is worth to tell", said Bjorn Ulvaeus, who was also one of the owners of the Swedish Music Hall of Fame.
"I want it to be about the entire Swedish popular music history instead of just ABBA," he added.
Interactivity would be the theme of the ABBA museum where a hologram would enable visitors sing and interact with group members. Besides, new materials about ABBA would be exhibited.
ABBA was a Swedish pop group from 1970s who had sold about 378 million albums all over the world.