How You Can Help

Closing the Museum due to COVID-19 is having a significant, detrimental financial impact on us. As an independent charity we rely on our visitors and many activities to generate income.
If you can, please support us by making a donation, becoming a friend or purchasing a Gift Card from shop.
Your support, large or small, will make a huge difference to us – thank you.

Support the Freud Museum London

Sigmund Freud's Psychoanalytic Couch

You can support the museum by becoming a FriendPatron or Donor. All gifts directly support:

  • The conservation and display of Freud’s psychoanalytic couch, library and collections.
  • New displays to provide a rich and thought provoking experience for all our visitors.
  • Education and outreach to make the legacy of  Sigmund and Anna Freud available to all.

20 Maresfield Gardens, London, holds a special place in people’s hearts as the home of Sigmund and Anna Freud, where they lived, worked and died.

The Museum is a charity and receives no public funding. We rely on generous friends who share our passion and support our work.

Please support us by making a donation.

Thank you. We are very grateful for all donations, however large or small.


Become a friend

Friends’ benefits include unlimited free admission, exclusive private views, and generous discounts on all events and in the museum shop.

Become a Friend

Become a patron

The loyalty and generosity of our Patrons helps us to further our important work. Our Patrons enjoy behind-the-scenes access to curators and museum experts.

Become a Patron

Leave a legacy

A bequest as part of your will can help us to inspire future generations to engage with Freud’s life and work.

Leave a legacy

Volunteer with us

If you have time to spare and want to help out, or are looking for experience of working in museums, we’d love to have you onboard.

Volunteer with us

Hire the museum

Give your guests a truly memorable experience by holding your reception, book launch or business event in Freud’s home.

Hire the Museum