Wednesday to Monday & holiday 10-18 h
Last entry: 17:30 h
Easter opening hours: From March 29 to April 10, the museum is open daily from 10-18 h.
In addition to German and English, the exhibition texts are also available in French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian via smartphone: Scan the QR code next to wall texts and on exhibition showcases, the language will be recognized automatically and can also be selected manually.
Wearing an FFP2 mask is recommended for the visit. See our COVID-19 regulations.
We kindly ask you to keep backpacks and large bags in the cloakroom during your visit.
Our House Rules and General Terms and Conditions apply.
Choose your date of arrival and get your ticket right here!
|Friends of the Sigmund Freud Museum||
|Vienna City Card, Senior Citizens (> 65), Handicapped||
|Students (< 27)||
|Pupils (< 18)||
|Children (< 12)||
Give a visit to Dr. Freud and order a voucher here.
Click here to add a guided tour to your visit.
Subject to errors and alterations
High visitor numbers may lead to a short waiting time at the entrance.
We kindly ask groups of more than 10 people to announce their visit because of organizational reasons: firstname.lastname@example.org or +43 1 319 15 96-11.
All museum rooms are wheelchair-accessible except for the new staircase and gallery.
Admission free with Vienna PASS. Vienna PASS is not applicable on guided tours, the fee for guided tours applies as indicated above.
Admission free with Niederösterreich-CARD. Niederösterreich-CARD is not applicable on guided tours, the fee for guided tours applies as indicated above.
Berggasse 19, 1090 Vienna, AUSTRIA
Tram D: Schlickgasse
Tram 37, 38, 40, 41, 42: Schwarzspanierstraße
Bus 40A: Berggasse
U4: Roßauer Lände
The Sigmund Freud Museum, located at Berggasse 19 in Vienna, now is reopened following a rebuild in which it was renovated, expanded, and made wheelchair-accessible.
Sigmund Freud and his family lived at this historic address, which was also the site of his practice, for 47 years until they were forced to flee from the National Socialist regime in 1938. New exhibitions offer comprehensive information on the life and work of Freud. For the first time ever, all private rooms of the Freud family will be accessible including his “first” practice located on the upper ground floor. The bel étage is entirely dedicated to research. It houses Europe’s largest library of psychoanalysis as well as the museum archive.