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ABBAworld opens in London
Get ready, ABBA fans, because ABBAworld, the first official (and band-supported) ABBA museum has just opened in London.
The interactive museum will contain 25 rooms full of ABBA memorabilia, including behind-the-scenes footage and interviews, never-before-seen music videos and photos, and clothes, instruments, and personal belongings from each member of the band. In one room, you'll even find the helicopter pictured on the cover of the "Arrival" album.
Visitors will have the chance to feel like a part of the group too, as they see images of themselves projected into music videos and photos and onto album covers (which fans can then access online afterwards). The can test their trivia knowledge with quizzes, remix their own ABBA tunes and even be a "dancing queen" up on stage with a holographic projection of the band.
The exhibit is open daily now through March 28. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster for £21.45 per adult and £14.30 for kids.
The exhibition is expected to visit other cities, but so far no others have been announced.