2022-01-24 07:35Press release

Interactive tribute museum Avicii Experience set to open at Space in Stockholm on February 26

Tim "Avicii" Bergling. Credit: Sean Eriksson; Guitars. Credit: Johanna Pettersson Tim "Avicii" Bergling. Credit: Sean Eriksson; Guitars. Credit: Johanna Pettersson

The interactive tribute museum Avicii Experience will be opening at Space, Stockholm's new meeting place for the digital generation, on February 26th, 2022. The over 300 m2 museum dedicated to fans and the public, is an emotional homage to one of the true icons in dance music and popular culture: Tim Bergling. The initiating and driving forces behind the museum are Pophouse Entertainment and Space. Today, January 24 at 13.00, tickets will be available via aviciiexperience.com.


The press inauguration will take place on Thursday February 24th. Press invitations are sent out separately.


Avicii Experience is an interactive museum, produced by Pophouse Entertainment, where visitors will get close to Avicii, the artist, and Tim Bergling, the person. The audience can follow Tim’s path from reserved music enthusiast in the inner city of Stockholm, to internationally celebrated superstar. 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. 

- Personally, having closely followed Tim since his breakthrough, it is with great gratitude and respect for the Bergling family that we finally can open the doors to the Avicii Experience, says Per Sundin, CEO Pophouse Entertainment and one of the founders of Space. 

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 Among other things, there will be a possibility to explore previously unpublished material. 

- Avicii Experience will allow fans and visitors to interact with Tim’s music through technical installations. 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. 

- Tim would have been incredibly proud to be represented like this. The mix of a new digital take in combination with a classic museum would have appealed to him, says Klas Bergling, Tim's father and founder of the Tim Bergling Foundation

 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, being a part of Pophouse Entertainment, 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 to become the Swedish national arena for esports. 



Tickets can be booked via: www.aviciiexperience.com. Adult entry tickets are 220 SEK, entry fee for adolescents (7-17) 150 SEK. Children under the age of seven can enter for free.

A part of ticket sales goes to the Tim Bergling Foundation.


Opening hours

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


Tim Bergling Foundation

The Tim Bergling Foundation focuses on promoting health and preventative measures connected to mental illness amongst children, adolescents and young adults. The foundation also wants to actively minimize the stigma around mental illness and suicide. 




For more information please contact:

Lisa Halling-Aadland, Content Producer Avicii Experience, lisa@aviciiexperience.com, 0736 583 538


For booking of interviews and other press related questions, please contact:




Space is a digital culture center in the heart of Stockholm city. A physical meeting place for the digital generation. Our concept combines key ingredients of digital culture – gaming, music, content creation and digital knowhow, all under one roof. We offer an inclusive environment for people to connect, collaborate and create – enabling communities to thrive and explore new opportunities. www.space.cc About Pophouse Entertainment Pophouse Entertainment was founded by Björn Ulvaeus and Conni Jonsson in 2014. The company owns and operates ABBA The Museum, Pop House Hotel, Cirkus, Hasselbacken and Space. www.pophouse.se Om Space Space är ett digitalt kulturcenter i hjärtat av Stockholm. En fysisk mötesplats för den digitala generationen. Här kombineras några av de viktigaste ingredienserna inom digital kultur–gaming, musik, content creation och digitalt know-how, allt under samma tak. Ett inkluderande hus där människor kan träffas, samarbeta och skapa tillsammans –ett community där nya formationer och affärsidéer tar fart. www.space.cc Om Pophouse Entertainment Pophouse Entertainment grundades av Björn Ulvaeus och Conni Jonsson 2014. Företaget äger och driver ABBA The Museum, Pop House Hotel, Cirkus, Hasselbacken och Space. www.pophouse.se