2. Freud Museum, Hampstead
The stately house that Freud and his family lived in after escaping Nazi annexation. Freud only lived in the house for a brief period before he died; however, his daughter Anna Freud lived in the house until 1982.
In 1986 the house was opened to the public, with Freud’s consulting room, study and library all preserved exactly as he had them set up—so you can examine Freud’s artifacts, ornaments, notes and of course the famous couch where his clients would have laid in sessions.
For anyone interested in psychology, history or who just wants to experience a different and less visited museum—this is an excellent place to go and see.