About the MuseumThe Freud Museum is not a classic museum where you can be exposed to various exhibitions. The museum is actually the home of the world-renowned psychologist. In his home you will experience a truly nostalgic experience, with one of the greatest scientists and perhaps the most important figure in the history of psychology. Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, left Vienna and moved to Hampstead, a wealthy London suburb in 1938. There were quite a few intellectuals like him at Hampstead. After Freud's death the estate was left to his family, until the death of his youngest daughter in 1982. In 1986 the house became a museum.
In the museum you will find furniture from Freud's house. One of the most prominent exhibits is the couch on which Freud's patients laid during his treatments. Rumor has it that many fascinating and interesting problems were raised on this couch. In the museum you will also find a collection of works of art from the 18th and 19th centuries, which were private collections of Freud's and his personal library.