One of Vienna's most famous residents, Dr Sigmund Freud
revolutionised the study of psychology with his ideas. Though many
have been discredited, the term 'Freudian slip' and other ideas are
still widely known and debated today. The Freud Museum in Vienna
houses a number of antiques and mementos of the good doctor inside
the offices he practised in from 1891 to 1938. Guided tours are
available, and the museum has a giftshop offering photos and other
memorabilia as well as books written by Freud.
Address: Berggasse 19 Website: www.freud-museum.at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +43 (1) 319 159 Transportation: Take Tram D to Schlickgasse. Opening Time: Daily 9am to 5pm (closes 6pm from July to September).
Guided tours from 10am to 4pm. Admission: EUR7 adults, EUR2.50 children 12-18; other concessions
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