Wednesday - Sunday 12.00 - 17.00
20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SX
Senior Citizens: £5.00
Concessions: £4.00 (students with valid ID cards, children aged 12-16, UK unemployed persons - with proof, disabled persons)
Children under 12: Free
National Trust Members: (NT England only): 50% discount on the full adult admission fee on presentation of a valid membership card.
National Art Pass Members: Free entry during the Mark Wallinger exhibition (28 July 2016 - 25 September 2016), and following the exhibition, National Art Pass members are entitled to 50% discount on the full adult admission fee on presentation of a valid membership card.
We provide options for facilitated and self-guided group visits.
Organised by the Museum's education team, pre-booked facilitated visits include a welcome and introduction to the house, and a discussion/Q&A session. The rate for facilitated visits is:
Students (and accompanying teachers): £5
Seniors Citizens: £6
Groups can also book self-guided visits during normal opening hours. Standard admission charges apply (please see above).
For further information and to make a group visit booking, please see our education page.
The Freud Museum is committed to maximising accessibility for everyone. Please see our access policy to see how we can meet your access needs.
Christmas and New Year opening hours:
24 December (Christmas Eve): 12pm-5pm
25 December (Christmas Day): Closed
31 December (New Year's Eve): 12pm-5pm
1 January 2017 (New Year's Day): Closed
Click HERE to download a LARGER MAP of the local area.
You can also find us on the North London Art Map
Take the Jubilee Line or Metropolitan Line to Finchley Road station (Please note that this station is in Zone 2). On leaving the station cross Finchley Road and turn right. At Natwest Bank turn left up Trinity Walk. At the top of this footpath is Maresfield Gardens. Turn left for the Museum.
See the Journey Planner website.
By Train (London Overground)
London Overground services stop at Finchley Road and Frognal, about 5-10 minutes’ walk from the Museum. On leaving the station cross Finchley Road, turn left up Frognal. Veer right on to Netherhall Way and right again into Netherhall Gardens. After this, take the first left into Nutley Terrace and first right into Maresfield Gardens.
See National Rail's website.
Buses 13, 82, 113, 187 and 268 all stop near Finchley Road underground station. See above for directions from Finchley Road station.
See the Journey Planner website.
By Bike/on Foot
In line with our Green Policy, we encourage you to come by bike on foot to the Museum. See above for a local map. You can secure your bike at our new bike rack, which is located in our drive, to the right of the Museum.
King’s Cross St Pancras is 4 stops away from Finchley Road underground station on the Metropolitan Line.
See Eurostar's website.
Airport Coach Connections
Luton Airport: Greenline 757 stops at Finchley Road
Stansted Airport: National Express Bus stops at Finchley Road
See the Greenline website
See the National Express Coaches website
From Central London follow the Finchley Road (A41) north as far as Swiss Cottage. At the Swiss Cottage intersection, follow the sign to Hampstead. This takes you up Fitzjohn's Avenue. After the traffic lights at Swiss Cottage, take the 3rd turning on your left into Nutley Terrace. Maresfield Gardens is the first left off this road.
Use Google Maps to help plan directions.
Parking on Maresfield Gardens is restricted to residents only from Monday to Friday 09.00-18.30 and Saturday 09.30-13.30. Pay and display parking is available at the south end of Maresfield Gardens, near South Hampstead High School and also on Nutley Terrace.
There is limited parking on site for wheelchair users. Please call ahead to arrange (Francisco da Silva 020 7435 2002). In addition, there are nearby Blue Badge parking bays.
The step free front entrance gives access to ground floor rooms: Hall, Freud’s Study, Dining Room and Museum Shop. We regret that we do not currently have a lift giving access to the first floor, or an accessible toilet.
A shorter version of the Home Movies is shown in the Dining Room; and the full version can be viewed on a laptop. Information on Anna Freud, a family tree and information on the other first floor rooms is available on the ground floor. Access to the Museum garden is via the staff car park.
Please ask a member of staff for further information when you arrive.
Education Service and Public Programme
The Museum offers a broad-ranging programme including conferences, talks, tours and other events. We also welcome both independent and facilitated group visits. For more information, please contact Ivan Ward on +44 (0)20 7435 2002, or via the Education Enquiry Form. See the Education pages for details.
Archives and Research
Researchers are welcome to consult the archive which contains documentation on the life and work of Sigmund and Anna Freud and the history of psychoanalysis. Research is free of charge and by appointment only. Please contact Bryony Davies. See the Research & Archive pages for more details.
Get more from your visit with our audioguide. This is arranged over two levels so that you can tailor the tour to your interests. It is available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish, priced £2.00. We also have a number of induction loops for use with hearing aids.
Guide books and leaflets
An in-depth guide to the Museum (in English) is available in the shop. In addition, leaflets giving an overview of the Museum are available in the following languages: English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, German and French.
The shop offers a wide range of gifts including mugs, fine art prints, jewellery, T-shirts and of course our bestselling Freudian Slippers! There's also a bookshop catering for all levels and interests.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy Freud's beautiful garden. Access is via a shallow step from the shop. Step-free access is available via the staff car park. The garden is open during fine weather only.
Refreshments at the Museum
You can enjoy at tea or coffee in the Museum, or in the garden in fine weather. Just ask at reception when you arrive. For suggestions of alternative places to eat and drink, see our Refreshments list.
If you're looking to stay near the Museum, please see our list of suggested Accommodation.
Hiring the Museum
Outside opening hours, the Museum offers an elegant and well located venue for dinners, receptions, book launches, meetings and seminars. For more information, you can download our brochure or contact Francisco@freud.org.uk or on +44 (0)20 7435 2002.
Filming and Photography
The Museum is available for filming, by special arrangement. For more information, please contact Francisco@freud.org.uk or on +44 (0)20 7435 2002. See the Filming page for more details.