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Sigmund Freud Museum

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Freud's former home contains numerous documents and photographs from throughout the famous psychologist's life.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Berggasse 19, Vienna 1090, Austria
Serviten Quarter
+43 4313 191596
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Despite decided mixed reviews on social media, I decided to go Freud’s house and office, where he lived and practiced from about 1898 to 1938. Was expecting very little, but was pleasantly surprised. Although it would NEVER be mistaken for the Smithsonian, I found it...More

5  Thank Bill_G_TX
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Reviewed 15 March 2004

www.freud-museum.at was disappointed, and if you are going to see only one Freud museum in your life, the one in London (Hampstead) is the one to go to. When Freud left Vienna in 1938, he took his books, furnishings, art work, even the famous couch...More

19  Thank Elaine L
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Reviewed 18 September 2011

We are neither, so for us this museum was the least worthy of the many we visited during our trip to Vienna. If you do decide to go, make sure you arrive well before 4:30, or else the staff will tell you that the museum...More

Thank TL-Trip_Lover
Reviewed 4 September 2011

As my wife said, a museum dedicated to a thinker rather than a performer or visual artist is tough to do. There is a couch and you get to see his home but there is not a lot of discussion of his cultural impact here....More

Thank chrispmorgan
Reviewed 30 June 2011

as psychologists and psychology professors, there was no question that we would visit this landmark, even though neither of us would define ourselves as psychoanalytically oriented. while there is mention of it, it seems very relevant to me that freud was exiled from vienna at...More

3  Thank pfb410
Reviewed 10 October 2010

I'm totally sorry. I thought I already wrote my review of the Freud Museum informing you that this is totally not worth it, but judging from all the recent reviews saying just that, I did not. So for those of you who have seen this...More

1  Thank GracyInVienna
Reviewed 15 August 2010

Sigmund Freud's house is one of the least impressive sights in Vienna. The museum is the location from which Freud lived most of his life and contains a few personal effects and a lot of photos. For those who are either studying or practicing Psychology...More

2  Thank Malarchy
Reviewed 18 May 2010

As a counselor/therapist, I will agree with the earlier reviewer who stated that he went out of his way to find the Freud museum because of the special significance it had to his field. I too found myself traveling to the far end of the...More

2  Thank annikalibby
Reviewed 26 December 2009

I am a therapist, and although I am not completely sold on psychoanalytic theory, there was never a doubt that I would make a special trip to Freud's home/office while visiting Vienna in mid-July 2009. I'll dispense with the "dislikes" first... I had trouble finding...More

1  Thank SummerVagabond
Reviewed 19 November 2009

I would not waste time visiting this museum. It is very small with little to look at. We arrived just as a guided tour was going thru so we could not move thru the museum without difficulty. The only plus was that we could eavesdrop...More

Thank SydneyKimbo
Reviewed 1 June 2009

Wow ... probably our biggest disappointment in Vienna. Made a special trip out of our way to see this place, only to find it dusty, disorganized (very poor guide materials, at least for English readers; tab numbers on most pictures were faded almost beyond recognition),...More

1  Thank Upgrade
Reviewed 28 May 2009

Not really worth going because there's nothing much to see but photos. Freud's library and collection of antiquities are in London. However, if you want to have a feel of how a father of psychoanalysis had lived, how an old Viennese apartment looks like, and...More

1  Thank ALangOntario
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Serviten Quarter
The Serviten Quarter is an inner city neighbourhood
with many private charms. Popular with French and
American expats, Sigmund Freud’s neighbourhood boasts
his former practice and apartments, now turned into a
museum. Stunning Liechtenstein Garden Palace houses
the private art collection of Prince Adam of
Liechtenstein. Romantic Strudlhofstiege close to the
palace is a fantastic photo spot. With their small
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