Admission and Tours


Adults | € 9,00
Senior Citizens | € 8,00
Vienna Card | € 7,50
Members Club Ö1/KulturKontakt Austria | € 6,50
Students (18-27 yrs) | € 6,50
Pupils (12-18 yrs) | € 4,00

Audio guide included


Entrance and Guided tour (per Person)

Adults, groups of 5 people or more | € 10,00
Senior Citizens, groups of 10 or more | € 9,00
Students, groups of 10 or more (18-27 yrs) |€ 7,50
Pupils, groups of 10 or more (from 12 to 18 yrs) | € 5,00

Admission subject to alteration.

Guided tours daily between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., reservation ten days in advance required

Group tours possible from 9 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday on request

Reservation: | +43-1-319 15 96-14


Exclusive Evening Tour

Experience Sigmund Freud's practice and apartment away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday museum business! Our guides take the time to show you around the Sigmund Freud Museum in a private and tranquil atmosphere. Private tours are available daily from 6.30 p.m.

Costs: EUR 150 for up to 4 persons. For any further person, we charge EUR 10,--

Duration: approx. 1 hour

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Following the footsteps of Sigmund Freud

A guided tour of “Freud’s Vienna” with Claudia Muchitsch

Sigmund Freud never really grew to like Vienna – but nevertheless spent almost eighty years of his life in the Austrian metropolis. Freud lived together with his parents, brothers and sisters in Vienna’s second district, where he also went to school. While studying medicine he was a regular visitor to various university facilities between Schottenring and Währinger Straße, and as a young junior doctor the Vienna General Hospital (AKH) came to be his workplace and his home. Freud rented his first flat in the ninth district, before moving to Berggasse 19 in autumn 1891. Against the backdrop of international political events and developments this abode would for the next almost fifty years form the base for his everyday activities, that were part of a strict daily routine: walks, visits to coffee-houses, purchases at various antique dealers, short trips to the outlying districts of Vienna, etc.

Claudia Muchitsch, a certified tour guide and long-standing staff member of the Sigmund Freud Museum, takes you back in time in search of “Freud’s Vienna”. The profound authority on the cultural history of Vienna takes you to those places and sites that played a key role in the life and daily routine of Sigmund Freud in the birthplace of psychoanalysis. Optionally, the tour can be combined with a visit to one of Freud’s favourite coffee-houses.

Duration of the tour: 120–150 minutes

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Sigmund Freud's Ringstrasse

A tour on the trail of the founder of psychoanalysis

As the lifeline of bourgeois Vienna, the Ringstrasse played an important role in Sigmund Freud's everyday life. On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the grand boulevard's opening, this guided tour will show you the locations on the Ring that were of central significance to the founder of psychoanalysis. On a stroll through the city you will experience Sigmund Freud's Ringstrasse: the palaces of his patients, who he often visited at home; the cafes where he relaxed, read newspapers and met associates; his daily path on his way to the University and its institutes, and on his way home to his office and residence in Berggasse. In German or English, you will learn about historical sites on Vienna's most important boulevard and discover their special significance for Sigmund Freud.

The tour begins at Berggasse 19 with a visit to the Sigmund Freud Museum – the rooms in which Freud did work that forever changed human self-understanding. Further stops include Freud's earlier office on Schottenring, Palais Ephrussi, Arthur Schnitzler's former residence, the Vienna University and Palais Lieben, where participants also have an opportunity to round out their tour with a visit to the famous Cafe Landtmann.

Through the inclusion of photos, poems and letters, the tour becomes a special experience allowing one to relive the Ringstrasse's unique flair during Sigmund Freud's era. 

Tours can be booked on an individual basis. To arrange a date, contact our guide Claudia Muchitsch:

Cost: 25 euros per person excluding admission to the Sigmund Freud Museum