A museum dedicated to Swedish pop sensations Abba will open in Stockholm in 2008. The interactive exhibition will include outfits worn by the four-piece, instruments used by the group, awards they won and a collection of handwritten lyrics. ULF WESTMAN, who is running the project with his wife EWA WIGENHEIM-WESTMAN, says they will display "all things we can think of and find". An interactive feature of the museum will also allow fans to record their own versions of ABBA songs. The Westmans have been granted permission by ABBA bandmembers BENNY ANDERSSON, BJORN ULVAEUS, Agnetha Faltskog and ANNI-FRID REUSS and are currently exploring locations for the museum, which they intend to open to the public in September 2008.