Last week when the Rolling Stones visited Sweden for a stop on their 14 On Fire tour, Mick Jagger visited the ABBA museum in Stockholm. Jagger reportedly spent about 45 minutes being treated to a personal tour of the museum, which includes memorabilia like old stage costumes, and photographs. Jagger also got to take a look at the museum's “stage” where visitors can participate in ABBA karaoke together with holograms of the band.
But the visit wasn't purely for the frontmans entertainment. Jagger and his band mates are reportedly looking in to the possibility of opening a similar museum for the Rolling Stones in London. "I had heard he wanted to build a similar thing in London. That is why he wanted to come here and look. He is planning a Rolling Stones museum," said former ABBA member Bjorn Ulvaeus about Jagger's visit according to the Daily Star. "It was an inspirational visit. Mick has saved lots of clothes which they can display," Ulvaeus continued.
The Rolling Stones wrapped up their European tour with a gig at Denmark's Roskilde Festival on July 3. Next up for the band is a tour of Australia and New Zealand in October and November, to make up for shows that were postponed in the spring following the suicide of Jagger's longtime partner L'Wren Scott.