Based in the home of famous psychologist Sigmund Freud (the museum’s location is where they lived following their escape from Nazi occupied Austria in 1938), the Freud Museum contains many different objects related to Freud’s life.
This includes Freud’s collection of antiquities (Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Oriental), memories of his daughter and more than 2000 items in cabinets, including his library and personal belongings. It’s a very fine collection of objects and memories related to this influent neurologist and founding father of psychoanalysis.
Additionally, it also has a variety of educational services for schools and universities, as well various other exhibitions and events held throughout the year.
Senior Citizens: £4.50
Concessions: £3.00 (students with valid ID cards, children aged 12-16, unemployed people and disabled people)
Children under 12: Free