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The Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna allows you to browse through the famous psychoanalyst’s many professional and private effects and enjoy a glimpse into the life of Freud. Book your Sigmund Museum tickets to get this amazing opportunity and experience the highlights mentioned below:
Authentically preserved architectural elements provide a glimpse into the birthplace of psychoanalysis, and different artefacts, historical documents, and photographs illustrate Freud's professional roles and personal details of his family and professional lives. Special printings, first editions that are extremely rare, offprints, and presentation copies offer information about the theoretical roots of Freud's work.
The historical stairwell, an extremely important part of the museum, links the living quarters on the mezzanine level with the "doctor's apartment" on the upper ground floor, where another permanent exhibition titled Hidden Thoughts of a Visual Nature is on display. It is an exposition of outstanding conceptual art pieces from the collection of the Sigmund Freud Museum.
On the 82nd anniversary of Sigmund Freud's passing, Olaf Nicolai's piece "Trauer und Melancholie" (Mourning and Melancholy) was displayed in the "Library of Psychoanalysis" at the Sigmund Freud Museum. Nicolai made it possible for the first Arabic translation of Freud's seminal work through his creative documentation (2009–12). Access to this part is available on request.
Examine the psychoanalytical influences on surrealism in this special exhibition (available till April 2023). The complex relationship between surrealism and psychoanalysis is highlighted through the 100 works from the Klewan Collection by more than 50 artists, such as Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, André Breton and Toyen. Surrealism implemented psychoanalytic theories on drives, dreams, displacements, and condensations in a variety of ways.
The Sigmund Freud Museum's Library of Psychoanalysis houses books on Freud as well as the theory, practice, and background of psychoanalysis. Its collection comprises full German and international editions as well as the first editions of Sigmund Freud's works. The collection also includes books from Freud's own library that were obtained through donations or acquisitions.
The Sigmund Freud Museum focuses on children between the ages of 5 and 12 in keeping with its new concept following the refurbishment in 2020. Young museum visitors will get a few valuable insights into Freud's universe and time through a playful and associative approach, in contrast to the new permanent presentations, which are focused on a combination of cognitive and sensory experience.
If you are feeling hungry after your museum tour, look no further than the in-house cafe. In addition to wonderful handmade cakes that are vegan and gluten-free, the café at the Sigmund Freud Museum serves an outstanding assortment of coffee and beverages, especially from Vienna, including the champagne "Edition Sigmund Freud Museum" from Kattus.
A. You can buy the Sigmund Freud Museum tickets online.
A. Yes, you can purchase the Sigmund Freud Museum tickets online.
A. Sigmund Freud Museum tickets will cost you €14 apiece.
A. Yes, you can get a discount on Sigmund Freud Museum tickets. Youngsters from 12 to 18 years, students aged 19 to 27, and seniors (over 65) pay a discounted rate for tickets.
A. Sigmund Freud Museum is a museum dedicated to Sigmund Freud's life history, that was established in Vienna in 1971.
A. You can get access to the Sigmund Freud Museum by buying Sigmund Freud Museum tickets.
A. The Sigmund Freud Museum is situated in the Alsergrund district, at Berggasse 19.
A. Some of the highlights of the Sigmund Freud Museum include the Library of Psychoanalysis and the permanent exhibition which preserves the personal and doctor’s chambers as it was during Freud’s time.
A. You can reach Sigmund Freud Museum by tram, bus or metro.
A. The Sigmund Freud Museum opens at 10 in the morning and closes at 6 in the evening from Wednesdays to Mondays and holidays.
A. Visitors to the Sigmund Freud Museum can avail of the free Wi-Fi, cloakroom and free locker facilities to store their belongings, such as backpacks or umbrellas or use the washroom facilities in the basement. They can also purchase and eat delicacies at the museum cafe and buy souvenirs from the themed gift shop.
A. Yes, the Sigmund Freud Museum is wheelchair accessible.
A. Yes, photography and filming for private use are allowed within the scope of copyright-free use. However, you might have to ask for permission if the photo/videography is intended for professional use.
A. Yes, visiting the Sigmund Freud Museum is worth it. Located in the psychoanalyst's former home and workplace, it helps you learn more about his life and legacy.
A. Yes, you can buy themed souvenirs for your loved ones from the museum gift shop.