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Things to do in London: Thank Abba for the music

Published: Saturday 30th of January 2010

Music fans taking in London attractions can experience the magic of Swedish super group Abba at a new exhibition.

AbbaWorld at Earls Court was opened this week and offers visitors the chance to get interactive with the group's legacy through more than 25 different rooms.

Having sold nearly 400 million records and inspiring people worldwide to take to dance floors, Abba are creating history again with the multimedia experience.

Music, stage costumes, memorabilia, imstruments and personal belongings from Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Frida, as well as friends, family and crew, are on show at the exhibition, which runs until March 28th.

Many of the treasures on display have never been seen before so give visitors a rare and unique insight into the band's history.

Music never heard before will be played and fans can re-live their Abba experience again and again, as their photograph will be incorporated into the exhibit and interactive activities can be accessed online.

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Posted by Kevin Smith

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