Interactive Avicii museum experience to open in Stockholm

Avicii museum experience Stockholm Photo: Sean Eriksson

On February 26th, 2022, the interactive tribute museum Avicii Experience will open at Space, Stockholm’s new meeting place for the digital generation. The over 300 m2 museum, dedicated to fans and the general public, is an emotional tribute to Tim Bergling, one of the true icons of dance music and popular culture. The initiating and driving forces behind the museum are Pophouse Entertainment and Space. Tickets are now available via

Pophouse Entertainment’s Avicii Experience is an interactive museum where visitors can get up close and personal with Avicii, the artist, and Tim Bergling, the person. Tim’s journey from reserved music enthusiast in Stockholm’s inner city to internationally acclaimed superstar can be followed by the audience. Peer into the boy’s room where it all started and take part of images, music, videos, and personal belongings, as well as listen to unreleased music.

Museum visitors will get a unique look into Tim’s creative process and the many collaborations behind his music. There will be the opportunity to explore previously unpublished material, among other things.

Through technical installations, Avicii Experience will allow fans and visitors to interact with Tim’s music. The participating aspect has been an important part in the process of shaping Avicii Experience, says Lisa Halling-Aadland, Content Producer and spokesperson for Avicii Experience.

Space, located in the fifth Hötorgshus by Sergels Torg in central Stockholm, is a brand-new unique meeting place combining gaming, music, and content creation across seven floors. Space, a Pophouse Entertainment property, opened on November 27th, 2021, and is home to the world’s largest gaming center with over 400 gaming setups, as well as a multi-purpose arena with the ambition of becoming the Swedish national esports arena.


Tickets are available for purchase. Adult admission is 220 SEK, while adolescent admission (7-17) is 150 SEK. Children under the age of seven can enter for free.

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Tim Bergling Foundation.

Opening hours

The museum will be open Monday – Sunday, 11 AM – 7PM. During a pandemic, a slot system will be used to reduce the risk of infection.

Tim Bergling Foundation

The Tim Bergling Foundation promotes mental health awareness and preventative measures among children, adolescents, and young adults. The foundation also wishes to actively reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and suicide.