Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna
Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Berggasse 19, Vienna 1090
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna
Known as the ‘Father of Psychoanalysis’, Sigmund Freud was an Austrian Neurologist. Situated in a building where Sigmund Freud used to live, the Sigmund Freud Museum is dedicated to the life, findings and research work of Mr. Freud. An off the beaten path attraction, visit this place if psychoanalysis intrigues you.
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Sigmund Freud Museum Information
- High visitor numbers may lead to a short waiting time at the entrance.
Sigmund Freud Museum Ticket Prices
- Adults: € 10,00
- Senior Citizens: €9
- Students (12-18): €4
- Students (18-27): €7,50
- Admission free with Vienna Pass.
How To reach Sigmund Freud Museum by Public Transport
- Schlickgasse tram stop
Restaurants Near Sigmund Freud Museum
- Fischrestaurant Ragusa
- Porzellan Cafe
- Gasthaus Rebhuhn
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Sigmund Freud's home and workplace for some 50 years! All his belongings, the furniture and artifacts are gone, but a hat, a walking stick and a suitcase with his initials SF in the evocative entrance room. Freud took the famous couch with him when he fled to London. Though there used to be ersatz in the form of a couch made by the artists Franz West. In 2017 the couch is represented by an artwork by architect Hans Hollein.. The audio-guide is a worthwhile companion. There's always an interesting temporary exhibitions, too. But, to be honest, for one of the most influential intellectuals that has ever lived, the museum is a bit small and quite disappointing nonetheless! Before Sigmund Freud moved into the new building in Berggasse 19, it was the house of Victor Adler's family. Downstairs, where the Kornmehl butcher shop used to be there's nowadays a showroom for contemporary art.
The house was really interesting thr only problem was getting in. It said outside that it was closed, but after watching a couple of people ring the bell and go in we just followed them. It was open! So if you go, ring the bell on the main front door and when you're buzzed in go upstairs and ring the bell to the flat/museum to be let in.
Great place if you are interested in biography of Freud. Also there is a Cafe but it is rather expensive. There is also a text guide on Russian English French and some other languages, so it is very easy to get info even if you don't know German
Very cool, especially when supplemented by a visit to the London museum to see Freud's possessions. Staff were super nice. Only need an hour or so for the whole place. I especially liked the parts about his family members and home life. I'm sure if the Austrian government gave some money to this place it could be much better.