The first permanent museum dedicated to ABBA has opened in Stockholm, showcasing memorabilia from one of the most successful bands of all time.
The exhibition in the Swedish capital contains items dating back to the 1970s, including costumes donated by the band themselves.
Fans can even virtually sing with the group on stage and record their own music videos.
ABBA shot to fame with victory in the 1974 Eurovision song contest with Waterloo.
They went on to sell almost 400 million albums around the world and their songs were used in the hit musical Mamma Mia! which was later turned into a film starring Meryl Streep.
The band - made up of Bjorn Ulvaeus, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Benny Andersson and Agnetha Faltskog - started out as two married couples, and continued performing despite their respective divorces. ABBA permanently split-up in 1982.
All four members of the band have endorsed the museum but any hope fans had of a reunion were swiftly dashed.
"As you all know we've never reunited and so I take the opportunity now to say that we are not going to either," former member Bjorn said at the opening in Stockholm.