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If the museum were free I’d say you have to go ... for the €12 it becomes a toss up. Is it neat to see Freud’s old office space and many of his belongs? Absolutely, but at the same time it’s so small and limited...More
You ring his doorbell and then they unlock the door for you. I thought that was very fun.
Once inside they have you download an app and then you can access all their audio files and guide while you tour the office of Freud. It...More
It’s quite amazing how an interesting topic of research and clear draw of tourists can done be as woeful a disservice as this one. If you’re interested in Freud’s work, theories, mark on science - you’ll leave disappointed. Expect to queue for 20 minutes and...More
The museum is located in the same building where Freud and his family lived. I really liked the waiting room, where patients sat before going into analysis. It contains many objects from the real room.
A family of two adults and two teenagers and these people have the cheek to charge €32 for the pleasure of visiting 8 rooms with about 15 items of furniture a few books and a few photos. There is no question about it, even if...More
There are many highlights in Vienna, for which we had little time, including the Hofburg Palace, a huge complex that housed the Habsburg family for six and a half centuries and includes magnificent museums, the famous Spanish Riding School with the Lipizzaner horses’ displays, and...More
Don't be disappointed - the "attraction" of this museum is that this is the actual place Freud lived and worked.
Freud fled the Nazis to London in 1938 and took most of his possessions with him. His home there is now a museum. These apartments...More
The Serviten Quarter is an inner city neighborhood with many private charms. Popular with French and American expats, Sigmund Freud’s neighborhood 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
independent shops and eateries, the main streets of Liechtensteinstrasse, Porzellangasse and Servitengasse reveal much of this area’s character. Peek into baroque Serviten Church, with its richly decorated dome and walls. At the Old Jewish cemetery in Seegasse you can see one of the most precious cemeteries in Europe with tombstones almost 500 years old.