London home of Sigmund Freud and his family who came to England in 1938 as refugees from Nazi-occupied Vienna. Freud was able to bring with him his library papers, collection of antiquities and furniture, including his desk and famous couch. Freud lived here until his death in 1939 and his daughter, Anna Freud, continued to live here until her death in 1982. Freud's library and study remain as he left it. On the first floor is an exhibition room and video room where the public can view 2 videos including 'Freud's home movies'.
Prices and Opening Times
|Adult Ticket:||£7.00 (USD8.81) per ticket|
|Child Ticket:||Free (USD0.00)|
|Concession Ticket:||£4.00 (USD5.03) per ticket|
|Senior Ticket:||£5.00 (USD6.29) per ticket|
Children under 12 enter free.
Wednesday - Sunday : 12:00-17:00.
Closed Monday & Tuesday.
Please check the website for the latest holiday closing details.
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Venue Details & Map
20 Maresfield GardensLondonNW3 5SX
- +44 (0)20 7435 2002
- Public transport:
- Tube: Finchley Road;Rail: Finchley Road & Frognal
- Access into the Building
- Steps from parking area to entrance
- Access Inside Building Facilities
- Steps within building
- Attraction Facilities
- Gift shop
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