Sigmund
Freud

Discover the story
of psychoanalysis.
See Freud’s study
and iconic couch.

Plan your visit

Welcome to the Freud Museum

The final home of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, and his daughter Anna Freud, a pioneering child psychoanalyst.

The Freud family came to England as refugees, following the Nazi annexation of Austria in March 1938.

See Sigmund Freud’s famous psychoanalytic couch.

Clock Opening Times

Wednesday – Sunday
12:00 – 17:00

PLAN YOUR VISIT
Directions and Holiday Opening Hours

Map Marker Find Us

20 Maresfield Gardens
London
NW3 5SX

Admission Admission

Adults: £10.00
Concessions: £8.00
Young Persons (12 – 16): £5.00
Children under 12: free

Current exhibition

The Uncanny: A Centenary

Sigmund Freud’s paper on The Uncanny went on to inspire art, film, literature and psychoanalytic enquiry.

The current exhibition, ‘The Uncanny: A Centenary’, explores its legacy through artworks specially created for the exhibition and an immersive room inspired by E. T. A. Hoffmann’s story of The Sandman. Included with admission.

Details

Book

Sigmund Freud’s Collection: Highlights from the Freud Museum London

This beautifully designed catalogue contains 60 objects each complemented by text written by the Freud Museum’s curator, Bryony Davies.

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