Since the COVID 19 situation has repeatedly delayed our construction and renovation work, we are now planning to open the Sigmund Freud Museum in late summer 2020.
During this difficult time, we are working on the completion of the museum complying to all safety regulations and are already looking forward to welcoming you to the newly renovated Berggasse 19!
Many thanks for your understanding and – stay safe and healthy!
the team of the Sigmund Freud Museum
Let’s keep Freud alive together.
In order to finish the renovation works of our museum we need your help. Help us to protect Freuds cultural legacy in Vienna and support our fundraising campaign #keepfreudalive.
Simply go to
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Sigmund Freud and the museum thank you wholeheartedly for your contribution.
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What can we learn from history?
In 1920 - exactly 100 years before the outbreak of the corona pandemic - Freud's daughter Sophie died of the Spanish flu, which claimed millions of lives at the end of the First World War.
Essay by Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, chairwoman of the advisory board of the Sigmund Freud Foundation
Monika Pessler and Daniela Finzi, 2020 (c) Sigmund Freud Foundation
Greetings from the Sigmund Freud Museum
On the occasion of Sigmund Freud's birthday on May 6th, Director Monika Pessler and Research Director Daniela Finzi congratulate with
We mourn the loss of the outstanding conceptual artist John Baldessari, whose extensive oeuvre had a lasting influence on the progress of art history from the 1960/1970s up to today. On January 2, Baldessari passed away at the age of 88 in Venice, California.
The Sigmund Freud Foundation mourns the loss of Carlo Strenger.