An ABBA museum is set to open in Stockholm.
Opening in June 2009, it will include an area where fans can make their own recordings of ABBA hits.
The three-floor complex will also feature a wardrobe room dedicated to the Swedish band’s famous fashions.
The band are donating clothing, musical instruments and other memorabilia to the museum.
“The recording room” will be a recreation of the Polar Studios facility where they recorded much of their material, reports BBC News.
There will also be a “disco room” where visitors will be able to dance to ABBA tracks.
Organisers hope to attract 500,000 visitors a year to the waterfront attraction, which is being built at a cost of 200 million Swedish krona (£15.3m).
In a statement released last year when initial plans for the museum were revealed, the group said: “It is nice someone feels compelled to take on our musical history.”