Sigmund Freud spent the final year of his life living at 20 Maresfield Gardens, on the slopes of Hampstead Hill. The psychoanalyst's home, also that of his daughter Anna, is today preserved for posterity and open to the public as a museum.
And there's never been a better time to visit. Right now, the house has been taken over by a Festival of the Unconscious, with specially commissioned artwork dotted throughout the rooms. At one point, Freud's study is bathed in projections of stars and planets, in a reverse (though appropriately unconscious) nod to this episode of Star Trek.
The museum's permanent displays also contain many riches. We asked the curators to pick out five objects of particular merit. Click the gallery below to see what they chose.
The Freud Museum is open Wed-Sun, noon till 5pm, with additional Monday opening during the summer. See website for details. Entrance is £7 (£5 senior, £4 concessions, free to under-12s). Entry ticket includes access to the Festival of the Unconscious.
Address: The Freud Museum 20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SX