Virtual Tour of the Freud Museum
Although the museum is temporarily closed, you can still 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, wander around the Freud family’s dining room, and tour an exhibition of contemporary art by Martin Wilner. Keep your eyes open for ‘hotspots’ in each room, which will give you the chance to look at some antiquities, objects and ideas in closer detail.
We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the museum, but until then we hope you enjoy your virtual visit.
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