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

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 Museum is now open!

If you’ve been to Sigmund and Anna Freud’s home before, you will see that we have made a few changes designed for your safety, and the safety of our staff.

Please note all visitors must book tickets in advance.

Clock Opening Times

New Opening Times
Wednesday 10:30 – 17:00
Saturday 10:30 – 17:00
Sunday 10:30 – 17:00


Map Marker Find Us

20 Maresfield Gardens

Admission Admission

Adults: £14.00
Concessions: £12.00
Young Persons (12 – 16): £9.00
Children under 12: free


New Exhibition: 19 May 2021 to 12 September 2021

1920/2020: Freud and Pandemic

One hundred years ago, Sigmund Freud lived through a global pandemic. This new exhibition explores the similarities between Freud’s experience of the Spanish Flu and 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Study

Freud’s Famous Psychoanalytic Couch

The centre piece of Sigmund Freud’s study is his famous psychoanalytic couch.

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Visit Online

Virtual Tour

Enjoy a virtual visit. On this tour of Freud’s final home in London you can step behind the barrier to inspect his iconic psychoanalytic couch.

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Become a Friend

Join today and enjoy unlimited free entry for you and a guest, discounts on all events and 10% off in the museum shop.

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Freud Museum Shop

Our Online Shop is Open

As well as posting online orders we also offer a click and collect service. For more information please email [email protected]

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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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The Freud Museum London

A small, successful museum, Sigmund and Anna Freud’s final home and its powerful stories have been shared with thousands of visitors. The unique atmosphere of Freud’s study with his original couch, preserved as he left it, offers a deeply emotional and inspirational experience. Sigmund Freud’s home remains a beacon of the importance of depth psychology and the healing effects of the “talking cure”.

The Freud Museum receives no direct public funding, and, without visitors for several months, lost its principal source of income. We have been resourceful in maximizing available funds and developing alternative income streams, and have reopened to strictly limited numbers. But these measures are simply not enough to ensure our survival.

You can support the museum by becoming a Friend, Patron or Donor.

Donate in GBP from anywhere in the world via PayPal (Gift Aid available in the UK)

We are making as much of our lively programming, writings and commentary available to you online, including on the website, and through podcasts, live stream sessions and our social channels.

So please stay tuned for the latest from the Freud Museum on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and the website. We’re here and would love to hear from you!
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Please note that the museum team is still mostly working remotely. For general enquiries, please email [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please see for the latest advice from the UK Government on how to protect yourself and the community.