A visit to the Freud Museum can help your students sort Freud-fact from Freud-fiction.
“They walked away thinking about the ideas they had discussed and talking about them enthusiastically and endlessly…”
Facilitated visits are a great way to get a deeper insight into Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud and psychoanalysis.
A member of our education team will welcome the group and introduce the house, and hold a discussion or Q&A after they’ve had a look around.
Groups wanting to explore the house independently can book a self-guided visit.
Self-guided visits can be made during or outside of opening hours.
Types of group visit
Schools & universities
We cater for a wide variety of student groups, and can tailor a visit to the particular interests of each group.
We specialise in demystifying psychoanalysis: making it accessible, engaging and fun.
School trips for A-level groups
The Freud Museum is a very popular with Psychology A-level groups.
Our education team is familiar with the major exam specifications and can hold discussions that enrich students’ understanding and appreciation of the psychodynamic approach while stirring their curiosity in this intriguing subject.
Our education team offers tailored sessions for senior citizens.
Freud himself was 82 when he arrived in London as a refugee. His attitudes to ageing are often a point of discussion with elderly visitors, as are the challenges faced by the elderly in contemporary society.
Service user and community groups
We welcome visits from community organisations and mental health services, such as:
- Support groups
- Recovery and wellbeing groups
- Therapeutic communities
- Psychiatric outpatients
- Survivor groups
Visits are an opportunity to explore Sigmund and Anna Freud’s home, and to reflect on Freud’s life, thought and legacy.
Planning your group visit
How do I make a group booking?
You can check our availability and make a booking enquiry on the booking page.
Can I bring a group during the weekend?
Self-guided group visits can be booked for weekends, but not facilitated visits. We can arrange private guided tours on weekends at an additional cost.
How long does a visit take?
The length of a visit varies from group to group, but as a rule of thumb we recommend allowing an hour and a half.
How many people can I bring?
Depending on the day, we can accommodate up to 50 people in the house at one time.
For facilitated visits there is a minimum of 12 people.
How much do group visits cost?
Our group rates are as follows:
During opening hours Outside opening hours Audioguides (optional) Adults £12 (facilitated)
£12 £2 Students £6 (facilitated)*
£6 £1 Senior Citizens £8 (facilitated)
*Accompanying teachers pay the student rate for facilitated visits.
How does payment work?
Most group leaders prefer us to invoice their organisation after the visit. We can do this if you fill out a short form upon arrival.
Alternatively, we accept payment on the day (card, cash or cheque).
Are your staff DBS checked?
All members of our education team are DBS checked.
Can you provide a Risk Assessment?
A generic risk assessment is available to help you plan your visit. Please note that it is for guidance only.
Is the museum accessible for wheelchair users?
The ground floor, including Freud’s study, is accessible for wheelchair users. We regret that we do not currently have a lift giving access to the first floor, or an accessible toilet. For more information please refer to our accessibility page.