Inside of Sigmund Freud’s apartment and workplace is the Sigmund Freud Museum found in 1971. Located in Vienna, Austria, the museum was used as a home and place of work by Freud for 47 years before he fled from the Nazis in 1938. The Sigmund Freud museum attracts more than 100,000 visitors each year and allows each visitor to gain comprehensive information on the life and work of Freud. Recently, all private rooms including Freud’s first practice have become accessible to the public. The home has become known as the birthplace of psychoanalysis; it is where Freud’s great works such as The Ego and Id, Five Lectures on Psychoanalysis, and The Interpretation of Dreams.