Mick Jagger eyes Rolling Stones museum

Keith Richards (R) and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones perform onstage during a press conference to announce a world tour at the Julliard Music School May 10, 2005 in New York City.  (Scott Gries, Getty Images)
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Updated: 7/02 12:14 pm

The Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger paid a visit to the ABBA museum in Sweden on Monday, June 30, in search of inspiration for a similar attraction dedicated to his own band.

The Paint It Black singer made a special after-hours visit to ABBA The Museum in the group's hometown of Stockholm, and he quizzed bosses about the running of the project.

Former ABBA member Bjorn Ulvaeus tells Sweden's Expressen newspaper, "I heard he was on his way. I suspect something similar will be built for the Stones in London. That's why he wanted to have a look at our place."

The ABBA museum's curator, Ingmarie Halling, adds, "It was an inspirational visit. He said they (the Rolling Stones) have saved lots of clothes to exhibit. He was very cute and asked a thousand questions... He was very curious and asked practical questions."

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