The Freud Museum

The Freud Museum

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The Freud Museum is a small independent museum in North London in which psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud spent the last year of his life and in which his daughter Anna lived until her death in 1982. The museum was established in 1986 in order to celebrate the lives of these two influential thinkers and also to explore and discuss the ideas of psychoanalysis and particularly their relevance to contemporary society.


We have a thriving educational programme which consists of events, conferences and facilitated school visits, along with volunteer led public tours. The museum also puts on exhibitions which attempt to engage with Freud's ideas and his vast collection of antiques; often these are curated by and/or showcase the work of contemporary artists.

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