ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition is the brand new can’t-miss, 14,000 square foot immersive experience that invites you inside the iconic band’s personal and creative journey as it 'skilfully weaves the story of their meteoric rise’ (The Mirror) to global superstardom.
This ‘informative and fun’ (The Telegraph) exhibition takes visitors through a series of atmospheric rooms inspired by ABBA's 8 multi-million selling albums. Step inside the personal stories of band members Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Frida and get ‘a fascinating glimpse of their private selves’ (The Arts Desk) as you explore letters, videos, costumes, instruments and unique artefacts — some of which have not previously been on display in the UK.
ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition takes fans behind-the-scenes to celebrate the heavy-weight influence of one of the most enduring music acts of all time. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind 'extrABBAganza’ (The Mirror), now open through to 31st August 2020 at The O2, London.
A very good experience with lots to see. Very informative with the electronic guide and headphones. The only criticism is some of the areas were a little dark so people with bad eye sight will struggle to see things and read the descriptions as did my girlfriend. Although i am not a Abba fan [my girlfriend is the fan ] i did find it very interesting.
Really enjoyed our experience, loads to see, read and listen to all the way around with some very personal items and contributions from the band.
Really enjoyed this as being mega Abba fans. But spoilt due to lighting of text used to tell you of various items, very poorly lit and with eyesight problems very difficult to read . So I skipped a lot of the reading. People having to use their mobile phone lights to read information.
Really excellent exhibition. Gives a full sense of how the group formed, how their careers developed, peaked and then the inevitable split. A fantastic multi-sensory experience that all ages will enjoy. I was a casual fan before. Now I'm a SUPERFAN!!
A must for all Abba fans. An immersive reminisce of all things Abba, and it was impossible not to sing along and dance, listening to their music over the years.
A fun and informative exhibition with an ongoing timeline of historical events which bought back many memories as well as all of the iconic songs.
It was fantastic. Very enjoyable . Very well done.
Nice leisurely walk around. Could of been better if tour person as headset wasnt easy to use
My partner treated me for my birthday the exhibition was well worth visiting I enjoyed every second of it learning about the group going from room to room enjoying the storytelling the music the costumes down to the displays etc really enjoyed the disco area the last area with the bean bags was ok but they could of done with better seating as if you are young then you can get down and sit but the older generation like me and my partner found it difficult to get up but overall what a lovely experience
My wife and I visited the exhibition before watching Rod Stewart and thoroughly enjoyed it. The exhibition was well laid out and easy to follow. The audio machine was easy to use and very informative. I would heartily recommend visiting if you are an ABBA fan or even if, like us, you enjoy all sorts of music. My only down comment would be there could be more sitting areas available in each area/room, especially for people who have difficulty walking. Also for older visitors, like us, it is very difficult getting off the beanbag seats in the last area. Overall though a very good exhibition, thank you.
Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX
No exchanges or refunds after booking.
Good To Know
At ABBA Super Troupers Exhibition, 70 spaces are available during each time slot. Tours last approximately 90 minutes and take place every 30 minutes.
PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO
Photographs can be taken by a camera and/or mobile. Video is not permitted within the exhibition.
Latecomers, please arrive with enough time to collect your tickets for your time slot. Capacity dependent, latecomers will be allocated the next available time slot.
Suitable For Children
Anyone under the age of 16 needs to be accompanied by an adult. Not suitable for toddlers and babes in arms.
When Can I Go
ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition will run from 6th December 2019 to 31st August 2020 at The O2, London
THE EXHIBITION IS OPEN MONDAY – SUNDAY
The exhibition is open Monday to Sunday.
Our opening times are:
Monday to Wednesday
10.00 until 19.30 (last admission 18.00)
Thursday to Friday
10.00 until 19:30 (last admission 18:30)
Saturday to Sunday
09.30 until 19.30 (last admission 18.00)
Where Do I Go
The 02 Arena