All eurovision fans out there - have you visited our exhibition Good Evening Europe yet?!
It's open until January 7th 2018 so this fall is your last chance! Good Evening Europe is an interactive exhibition that celebrates the history of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Put your knowledge about the competition to test in an interactive quiz, sing your favorite songs on the Eurovision stage and see original stage outfit up close.
ABBA The Museum and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) are proud to announce a new interactive exhibition about Eurovision Song Contest. The exhibition, entitled "GOOD EVENING EUROPE!", Commemorates the story of this world's oldest annual TV-broadcast competition - which started in 1956.
Visitors will for the first time be able to dive freely for hundreds of hours of Eurovision Song Contest broadcasts. Each existing Eurovision Song Contest competition has been digitized and parts of this are searchable to the visitors. From the very first winner - Switzerland Light Assia (1956) - to last year's winner Måns Zelmerlöw (2015), visitors can immerse themselves in 60 years of amazing performances, nail biting and classic TV moments.
Björn Ulvaeus: "The Eurovision Song Contest has a special place in my heart. It is a real pleasure now to showcase the long and in many respects amazing story about the world's oldest television broadcast with the music in focus. I could not imagine a better place to show this than at ABBA The Museum in Stockholm. "