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Freud Museum
20 Maresfield Gardens
+44 (0)20 7435 2002

Sigmund Freud came to London from Austria in 1938. The house in Hampstead became his family home that he filled with furniture including his psychoanalytic couch and a fine collection of 18th and 19th century Austrian furniture. The house was lived in until 1982 by Freud's youngest daughter and has now been turned into a museum and research centre at her request. The museum houses Freud's personal collection of books and antiquities from Egyptian, Grease, Roman and the Oriental also a portrait of Freud by Salvador Dali. The museum runs an educational service that organizes lectures and conferences.

Entrance Fees
Adult: £5.00
Child: under 12 Free
Concessions: Over 60 -

Nearest Tube: Finchley Road


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