Sigmund Freud Museum of Dreams, St. Petersburg

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1.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Rather, it's not even a Museum and exhibition. Two small halls, soft music and a few visitors. In the first room you can find old photos of Freud and his friends, his family. Each picture is complemented by the Freud quote: whether it's an autobiography or something from his labors. There is a description of his own dreams. If you know his work, or at least familiar from hearsay, then you will definitely be interesting. The most interesting thing in the first room is a project Dream Work vol. 2 and their experiment with questions, photos and dreams. Simply fabulous. The second Hall is more like a installation: dark, various paintings, objects, text, sparingly illuminated nemyslemym way. Hall can bypass several times, and each of them you discover for yourself something new, you look at things from a different angle. Sorry, don't hit on the tour because they are held only in the recruitment group, and at a certain time. It would be interesting to listen to. This museum is not for everyone. It is specific. He is gloomy, and sometimes incomprehensible, if you don't know who this Freud and his works, at least superficially. Perfect for those who are keen on psychology, who like Freud, and of course for the esoteric and creative audience. Giger fans, as well as the direction of psy art and psyho dark art is also not worth passing.
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  • Very small room for the Museum. More like a small exhibition. Good guide says about the life of z. Freud, about his views and theories. Not much information. In my opinion, it is enough to visit this place. Lighting insufficient.
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  • Honestly, I would place this museum is not called. Exhibition of two tiny rooms. In a biographical note about Freud and the very sparse (compare with the Museum in Vienna), the second should suggest some metaphors and immerse in the unconscious, BUT ... In my opinion, it just showcases with a bunch of photos "out of place" and inscriptions, which cannot be read in the dark. Much more interesting art work has been dedicated to somnambulizmy in the corridor. Among other things, for the exposition, in contrast to the "Museum" is absolutely free.
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