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Freud Museum London Review

The father of psychoanalysis lived here with his family for a year, between his escape from Nazi persecution in his native Vienna in 1938 and his death in 1939. His daughter Anna (herself a pioneer of child psychoanalysis), remained in the house until her own death in 1982, bequeathing it as a museum to honor her father. The centerpiece is Freud's unchanged study, containing his remarkable collection of antiquities and his library. Also on display is the family's Biedermeier furniture and, of course, the couch. As well, there are lectures, study groups, and themed exhibitions, in addition to a psychoanalysis-related archive and research library. Looking for a unique souvenir for the person who has everything? The gift shop here sells "Freudian Slippers."

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  • Address: 20 Maresfield Gardens, Swiss Cottage, London, NW3 5SX | Map It
  • Phone: 020/7435–2002
  • Cost: £6
  • Hours: Wed.–Sun. noon–5
  • Website:
  • Tube: Swiss Cottage, Finchley Rd.
  • Location: Regent's Park and Hampstead
Updated: 03-03-2014

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