The Freud Museum ~ is situated at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead.
In 1938, the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, left Vienna after the Nazi annexation of (the Anschluss) and moved to ens in Hampstead.
A small sun room in a modern style was added at the rear by Ernst Ludwig Freud.
Situated in Maresfield Gardens.
Freud was over eighty at this time, and he died the following year.
The house remained in his family until his youngest daughter, who was a pioneer of child therapy, died in 1982.
The Freuds were able to move all of their furniture and household effects to London.
The star exhibit in the museum is Freud's psychoanalytic couch. There are also Biedermeier chests, tables and cupboards, and a collection of 18th century and 19th century Austrian painted country furniture.
The museum owns Freud's collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Oriental antiquities, and his reference library. The collection includes a portrait of Freud by Salvador Dali.
The museum is open to the public five days a week. It also organizes research and publication programmes and it has an education service which organizes seminars, conferences and special visits to the museum. The museum is a member of the London Museums of Health & Medicine.
There are two other Freud Museums, one in Vienna, and another which has recently opened in , the Czech Republic, in the house where Sigmund Freud was born. The latter was opened by president and four of Freud's great-grandsons.