Vienna IX, Berggasse 19. Sigmund Freud lived and worked at this address for 47 years before he had to flee from the National Socialists in 1938. Since 1971, the Sigmund Freud Museum has been located here. It reopened in 2020 after extensive renovation and extension. Three permanent exhibitions in Freud's former living and practice rooms, an art presentation in the "Showroom Berggasse 19," and special exhibitions convey Freud's multi-layered cultural legacy: they are dedicated to his life and work, the development of psychoanalysis in theory and practice, and its significance for the fields of society, science, and art. The history of the house at Berggasse 19 and the eventful fates of its residents are also brought into focus.
After the exclusive tour through Freud's former family apartment and practice, Richard Lane, professor of psychiatry, psychology, and neuroscience at the University of Arizona and the 2022–23 Fulbright-Freud Visiting Lecturer of Psychoanalysis, will give an introductory talk entitled "How does psychoanalysis work? Freud's enduring legacy in light of 21st century systems neuroscience." Please use the button below to register for the event by email.