STOCKHOLM - Thirty years after the broke up, iconic Swedish pop band ABBA is still making headlines, writes Courrier International.

On May 7, a huge ABBA museum will open in on Djurgarden island, in Stockholm. Tickets have already gone on sale, says ABBA The Museum.

Poster ABBA

The 5000 sq. meter building, includes a Hall of Fame and and 2,000 sq. meters of exhibition space retracing ABBA's history, success and break-up.

Mock-up, ABBA The Museum

ABBA’s four band members – Agneta, Anni-Frid, Bjorn and Benny – will guide the visitors through the new museum. Well, not themselves per se, but the four singers have recorded their voices on audio guides that will guide the visitors through the museum, according to the Dagens Nyheter.

Visitors will be welcomed by a video outlining the group’s ascent to world fame. Surrounded by a large 360-degree circular screen, visitors will find themselves in the middle of a gigantic stadium, such as the Wembley stadium in London. They are then transported back to 1970, in the sunlit Gamleby Park, south Stockholm. The young quartet plays its first public tunes, under the not-very-attractive name Festfolket (“people of the party”).

Bjorn’s father, says the Dagens Nyheter, donated compiled clippings and objects from the group’s heyday. At the end of the museum’s trip through ABBA history, visitors enter a “divorce room,” depicting the separation of the two band’s two couples Bjorn Ulvaeus – Agneta Faltskog and Benny Andersson – Anni-Frid Lyngstad. Another room called “the shrine” allows visitors to try on authentic ABBA stages constumes.

“We will have a replica of Bjorn and Agneta’s kitchen. We will also have a room for visitors who want to go on stage and sing with holograms of the four ABBA members. It will be filmed, so that people can go home with a DVD of their concert with ABBA,” says museum Managing Director Mattias Hansson.

There is also a red phone like the one on the “Ring Ring” album cover, which will ring when visitors walk by.