The Sigmund Freud Museum is reopening in May 2020 after extensive renovations. The new museum offers visitors access to Freud's practice and the family's private rooms. Until then, you can visit the exhibition at Berggasse 13 just a few doors down, where original furniture, objects and photographs show the life and work of the founder of psychoanalysis. There are also films, a museum shop and a café to complete the museum experience.
The Sigmund Freund Museum, located in Freud’s former practice and in some of his old private rooms, documents the life and work of the founder of psychoanalysis. See the unique private film footage of the Freud family in the 1930s. Discover original items that belonged to Freud, his patient’s waiting room and part of his extensive antique collection. This museum gives you an insight of the atmosphere in which Sigmund Freud analysed his patients.
Did you know?
Sigmund Freud was very interested in the anti-depressive effects of cocaine and also consumed the drug himself.
Monday & tuesday: closed
Saturday& Sunday&public holiday: 10.00–18.00;
Entrance fee: adult € 14/children € 5
Free with the Flexi PASS (Get your Flexi PASS here!)
HOP ON HOP OFF Stop: RED Line Sigmund Freud Museum