Program for Friends

Our members of the Society of Friends of the Sigmund Freud Museum enjoy an exclusive spring program:

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Exhibition Visit

Kiki Kogelnik: Now Is the Time

Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 9 € discounted admission (instead of 12 €)
Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien, Freyung 8, 1010 Vienna

As part of our conference IT HURTS. Violence against Women in Art and Society you can visit the exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: Now Is the Time with discounted admission. Kiki Kogelnik (1935-1997), one of the most important female artists of the 20th century, is considered the only Austrian protagonist of Pop Art, but her work went far beyond this categorization. Her playful, colourful, and highly political work found expression in a variety of media, from painting, drawing, and ceramics to installations and performative practices.

No registration required. By showing your membership card at the Kunstforum's ticket office on April 12, you will receive discounted admission for the whole day.

After Work Event: Guided tour, drinks and nibbles

Analysis Interminable. Psychoanalytic Schools of Thought after Freud

Wednesday, May 10, 2023, 17:30 h with free admission.
Sigmund Freud Museum, Berggasse 19, 1090 Vienna

In his text “Analysis Terminable and Interminable”, Sigmund Freud describes the treatment of mental suffering and the approach to the unconscious as an unfinishable task. And it is precisely this task that not only inspired Freud’s almost unquenchable thirst for research but that has also led to numerous revisions and further developments of his theory.

This temporary exhibition introduces five current psychoanalytic schools whose similarities and distinctions reveal psychoanalysis to be a complex and progressive science of the unconscious.

You are welcome to bring a companion free of charge! Registration until May 9 at

Museum visit with free admission for you and your family members

New: Family Days at the Sigmund Freud Museum!

Saturday, April 15, and Sunday, May 21, 2023
Sigmund Freud Museum, Berggasse 19, 1090 Vienna

Sigmund and Martha Freud raise their six children “differently” from what was customary at the time: “liberally.” It is neither frowned upon to ask questions, nor are the siblings particularly confined by rules or instructions. In his letters, Sigmund Freud writes with much affection and humor about his “worms” (1892) and “little rascals” (1893) - in short, the “second generation” (1893).

Registration until the day before your visit at: Your tickets will be deposited for you at the ticket office in the museum foyer.

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If you have any questions, please contact Eva-Maria Kleinschwärzer: at

We are pleased about your interest and your visit!