Opening times

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 12:00 – 17:00
Thursday 12:00 – 17:00
Friday: 12:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 12:00 – 17:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 17:00

Current exhibition

Freud, Dalí and the Metamorphosis of Narcissus
Until 24 February 2019
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What’s on this week

A Closer Look at… Anna Freud: Anniversary Tour
10 October, 2pm
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Freud’s Sculptor: The Life and Work of Oscar Nemon
16 October, 7pm
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Getting here

20 Maresfield Gardens
London NW3 5SX

By public transport

Finchley Road (Metropolitan and Jubilee lines)
5 minute walk

Hampstead (Northern line)
10 minute walk

Finchley Road & Frognal (Overground)
10 minute walk

Buses 13, 113, 187, 168 and C11 stop at Finchley Road.

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On foot or by bicycle

In line with our green policy, we encourage you to come to the museum by public transport, by bicycle or on foot.

You can secure your bicycle at our bike rack, which is located in the driveway to the right of the house.

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By car

Parking on Maresfield Gardens is restricted to residents only from Monday to Friday, 09:00 – 18:30.

Pay and display parking is available at the south end of Maresfield Gardens, and also on Nutley Terrace.

Disabled visitors are welcome to park in the museum’s driveway. Please see our accessibility page for more information.

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Admission

Adults:  £9.00
Concessions:* £7.00
Young Persons (12-16): £5.00
Children under 12: Free
Friends of the museum: Free

*Our concessions rate applies to students with valid ID, senior citizens, children aged 12-16, UK unemployed persons, and disabled persons.

 

National Trust Members

50% discount on the full adult admission fee on presentation of a valid membership card (NT England only).

National Art Pass holders

50% discount on adult admission on presentation of a valid National Art Pass.

Audioguides 

Audioguides are available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish, and are charged at £2 each.

In the local area

 

A short walk from the museum is Camden Arts Centre, a lively hub for contemporary arts.

Hampstead has a concentration of London’s hidden gems; small historic houses that have a fascinating story to tell about their former residents.

An easy walk from the Freud Museum are the homes of poet John Keats, architect Erno Goldfinger, and Fenton House – a 17th century merchant’s home.

Further afield, across the Heath, is Kenwood – a beautiful stately home containing a great collection of Old Master paintings.

 

Do make the most of your escape from the crowds of central London by exploring these houses.

Along the way, you can wander through the charming cobbled streets of Hampstead Village, taking in the local shops, cafes and some famous old pubs, before heading for Hampstead Heath.

The woodlands and ponds of the Heath are popular with walkers and offer some of the best views of London.