Sigmund Freud was arguably one of Vienna’s most famous residents, so it only makes sense that his former home was turned into a museum showcasing his life accomplishments. With the help of his youngest daughter Anna, Freud’s works were collected and his home was redesigned to accommodate the home’s new function. On display are some of Freud’s furnishings, a few of his original works, and other artifacts that help to enlighten visitors on his work, specifically psychoanalysis. This museum isn’t exactly interactive, and visitors who aren’t already interested in Freud may have a hard time with the displays that aren’t as readily engaging as some others in bigger museums. However, it’s worth it to go if only to be able to say that you’ve been to Freud’s house.
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