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Mamma Mia!: Parents and Kids Will Adore ABBA The Museum Slideshow

STOCKHOLM, Sweden—ABBA may be renowned for singing “Money, Money, Money,” but you can’t really use any of your hard-earned money at the museum dedicated to the platinum-selling Swedish pop group ABBA. In fact, ABBA The Museum located in Stockholm, Sweden is the only museum in the world that does not accept cash transactions. And that’s not all the fun that can be found here.

Check out some of the fun finds that we recently discovered at this museum during our family’s trip to Sweden.

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    ABBA may be renowned for singing "Money, Money, Money," but you can't really use any of your hard-earned money at the museum dedicated to the platinum-selling Swedish pop group ABBA. Can you believe this idea?! What's your take on a cashless museum or even better the idea of a cashless society?  

    Photo Credit: Ann Weeks

  • Hologram Images 2 of 4
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    You can actually experience what it's like to sing with ABBA—that is, a virtual version of the quartet. Guests can get up on a state-of-the-art musical stage and sing along to their favorite ABBA tunes, next to hologram images of the group members: Ulvaeus, Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.  

    Photo Credit: Ann Weeks

  • Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! 3 of 4
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    "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme," but remember you can't really use any of your hard-earned money at the museum—well, cash that is!  Aren't these guys ultra hip, or what?  

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    ABBA to use

    Just remember after a visit here you will have to say, "Mamma Mia! ABBA The Museum is fun!"

    Photo Credit: ABBA The Museum

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