The Freud Museum

Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed, Private View 7 March, 2012
Photograph: Ollie Harrop

Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed, Private View 7 March, 2012

Photograph: Ollie Harrop

Front door, 20 Maresfield Gardens

Front door, 20 Maresfield Gardens

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These are exciting times for the Freud Museum. 

In 2012, we undertook a major programme of development at the Museum, introducing new interpretation and displays, better lighting and a large space for visitors in Freud's Study.  We created a partition wall between the exhibtion and viewing rooms, enabling us to seat twice as many people at events.  State-of-the-art audio-visual and recording equipment have been installed and our events programme is now accessed via iTunes by supporters of the Museum around the world.

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Our Mission Statement

In Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna’s last home, the Freud Museum London engages actively with their psychoanalytic legacy in contemporary ideas, art, and culture, while caring for the house and collections at 20 Maresfield Gardens for the inspiration, enjoyment and learning of all. 

 

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