Museum of Freemasonry

Museum of Freemasonry Home of the freemasons' history
(22)

Looking for something to do in the post-Christmas slump? Curious about freemasonry? Why not visit us to discover more ab...
02/01/2024

Looking for something to do in the post-Christmas slump? Curious about freemasonry? Why not visit us to discover more about our collections and the people behind them?

We're open 10am - 5pm Monday to Saturday, with two galleries and a library for you to explore.

Merry Christmas to all our visitors and followers!While we're closed, we thought you'd enjoy this   printing plate for a...
25/12/2023

Merry Christmas to all our visitors and followers!

While we're closed, we thought you'd enjoy this printing plate for a masonic Christmas card. The reversed design shows symbolism, including the square and compass, a rule, gavel, skirret, plumb rule, level and pencil.

We'll be closing for the Christmas break from 5pm on Thursday 21st December, reopening at 10am on Tuesday 2nd January.Th...
18/12/2023

We'll be closing for the Christmas break from 5pm on Thursday 21st December, reopening at 10am on Tuesday 2nd January.

Thank you to all our followers and visitors for your support this year. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We're looking forward to sharing more of our fascinating stories with you in 2024.

Before we go, we thought we'd leave you with this collar for a Past Provincial Grand Secretary of the Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds. This order, formed on Christmas Day 1826 in Lancashire, it was named to honour the shepherds in the nativity story. It quickly spread throughout Lancashire, and by 1914, there were 143,000 members. Today, it exists as the Shepherds Friendly, providing various financial services.

As we were spoilt for choice for this month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme of Decorative items...
14/12/2023

As we were spoilt for choice for this month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme of Decorative items, we're treating you to another one!

Thomas Stirling Lee made this jewel (masonic badge) for Public Schools Chapter, No. 2233, in an Arts and Crafts style. It's made of enamelled cast metal and was made in 1909.

A sculptor, Lee was a founder of the Arts Lodge and designed three unconventional but very decorative masonic jewels - this is one of them. As well as being a member of the Arts Lodge, he was also a member of the Artworkers Guild and the Chelsea Arts Club.

📷 M2004/409

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is Decorative, and (not for the first time) we were ...
07/12/2023

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is Decorative, and (not for the first time) we were spoilt for choice!

In the end, we've chosen a First Degree Tracing Board, belonging to Arts and Aldersgate Lodge, No. 1657. A tracing board is a painted or printed illustration of various masonic emblems or symbols used in the ceremonies.

This particularly decorative example was painted by John Cooke, the first initiate in the Arts Lodge, No. 2751 (a lodge specifically for art workers). Cooke collaborated with Erskine Knox, a wood carver, and Nelson Dawson, a metal worker and painter, to create this mixed-media board on wood.

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES DECEMBER🚨Monday 11 DecemberWednesday 13 DecemberPlanning a visit to the museum in December? Due to...
01/12/2023

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES DECEMBER🚨

Monday 11 December
Wednesday 13 December

Planning a visit to the museum in December?

Due to events in Freemasons' Hall, we'll be closed to the public on the above dates, so be sure to plan ahead to avoid disappointment!

We'll be open for research visits Tues-Sat, but you'll need to visit our website to book your spot in advance to guarantee entry >> https://ow.ly/4eoL50PAmHe

🚨CLOSED 1 - 2PM SATURDAYS IN DECEMBER🚨Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Museum will be closed for lunch between 1 - 2...
30/11/2023

🚨CLOSED 1 - 2PM SATURDAYS IN DECEMBER🚨

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Museum will be closed for lunch between 1 - 2pm on Saturdays for the rest of the year.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope this doesn't affect your plans!

Before the internet, finding information about local Lodge meetings relied on published 'Lists of Lodges' to tell member...
29/11/2023

Before the internet, finding information about local Lodge meetings relied on published 'Lists of Lodges' to tell members when and where meetings were happening.

The earliest example in our collection is from 1725, and it includes illustrations of the sign of the pub a Lodge was meeting in, details of the location and when the meetings were to be held.

You can find out more about Lodge Lists in our Collections Favourites video series >> https://ow.ly/rJzG50QalSW

Do you recognise any of the locations listed? Let us know in the comments!

Our next   is coming up! 📆 7 December 2023🕔 5 - 8pm'Freemasonry's First Rulebook'Join our Librarian, Martin Cherry, for ...
28/11/2023

Our next is coming up!

📆 7 December 2023
🕔 5 - 8pm

'Freemasonry's First Rulebook'

Join our Librarian, Martin Cherry, for our next Thursday Late drop-in event where we'll dig into the story behind the first Book of Constitutions, published 300 years ago.

Plan your visit on our website >> https://museumfreemasonry.org.uk/whats-on/discover-andersons-constitutions

🚨CLOSED 1 - 2PM SATURDAY 25TH NOVEMBER🚨Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Museum will be closed for lunch between 1 - ...
22/11/2023

🚨CLOSED 1 - 2PM SATURDAY 25TH NOVEMBER🚨

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Museum will be closed for lunch between 1 - 2pm this Saturday, 25th November.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope this doesn't affect your plans!

**STOP PRESS** **EXHIBITION EXTENDED**Due to popular demand, 'Treasures of Gold and Silver Wyre', has been extended unti...
17/11/2023

**STOP PRESS**
**EXHIBITION EXTENDED**

Due to popular demand, 'Treasures of Gold and Silver Wyre', has been extended until the end of the year.

The exhibition celebrates 400 years of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers and features some fantastic examples of gold and silver work from our collections.

The apron, collar and pair of gauntlets (dress) for a Past Grand Master were worn by William Henry, Duke of Clarence (later William IV) and date from 1787. The design features gold braid and gold fringe, and all the motifs are embroidered in gold.

The design of George VI's regalia features dark blue, ribbed silk with gold lace trim and gold bullion fringe. The border is embroidered in gold with an elaborate design of pomegranate, wheat and lotus flowers, and the main body of the apron includes a gold embroidered blazing sun. Each gauntlet is gold embroidered with a compass on a section of a circle with a Royal coronet, gold embroidered and padded with red velvet.

Finally, George, Duke of Kent's banner is silk, with the embroidery in fine gold thread. The Duke was one of King George V's sons, so his banner is of the royal arms with a label (the white bar) added to differentiate him. It has three anchors on it, and each of the sons of the King had different designs.

The banner normally hangs in the South Gallery of the Museum along with that of the present Grand Master HRH Edward, Duke of Kent. His label also features anchors in memory of his father but adds crosses of St George.

The exhibition is on at the Guildhall Art Gallery until 31st December, so do check it out if you can!

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is facial hair, so it seems like a good time to high...
10/11/2023

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is facial hair, so it seems like a good time to highlight Dorabji Pestonji Cama and his rather impressive beard.

He was born into the affluent Cama family of Parsi merchants in Mumbai in 1833. His family came to London to set up Europe's first Indian-owned trading company, Cama and Co.

Dorabji was initiated in Lodge Courage with Humanity in Calcutta in 1869 and, when he came to London to work in the family business, he joined Marquis of Dalhousie Lodge, serving as Worshipful Master.

He continued to rise through the ranks, becoming Provincial Grand Director of Ceremonies and Provincial Grand Sword Bearer for Middlesex. He then won an election to serve as Grand Treasurer of the United Grand Lodge of England and was the first Indian-born Grand Officer.

For more on his story, visit the Moment on the Stories section of our website >> https://ow.ly/akwN50PSRzF

The final instalment of our   series is this banner for George, Duke of Kent, whose son is the current Grand Master. Ban...
06/11/2023

The final instalment of our series is this banner for George, Duke of Kent, whose son is the current Grand Master. Banners are carried in front of the Grand Master as he enters the Grand Temple for meetings.

George, Duke of Kent, was Grand Master from 1939 until his death on active service in 1942. The banner is silk, with the embroidery in fine gold thread. The Duke was one of King George V's sons, so his banner is of the royal arms with a label (the white bar) added to differentiate him. It has three anchors on it, and each of the sons of the King had different designs.

The banner normally hangs in the South Gallery of the Museum along with that of the present Grand Master HRH Edward, Duke of Kent. His label also features anchors in memory of his father but adds crosses of St George.

The banner is on display until Sunday in the 'Treasures of Gold and Silver' exhibition at the Guildhall Art Gallery, between the regalia of King George VI and King William IV. These are the earliest and most recent sets of regalia in the collection that Monarchs wore.

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES NOVEMBER🚨Wednesday 1 NovemberMonday 6 NovemberWednesday 8 NovemberThursday 9 NovemberTuesday 21 No...
01/11/2023

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES NOVEMBER🚨

Wednesday 1 November
Monday 6 November
Wednesday 8 November
Thursday 9 November
Tuesday 21 November

Planning a visit to the museum in November?

Due to events in Freemasons' Hall, we'll be closed to the public on the above dates, so be sure to plan ahead to avoid disappointment!

We'll be open for research visits Tues-Sat, but you'll need to visit our website to book your spot in advance to guarantee entry >> https://ow.ly/4hvQ50PN6yx

Mention freemasonry, and the chances are, someone will mention aprons!As you can imagine, we've got hundreds in the coll...
27/10/2023

Mention freemasonry, and the chances are, someone will mention aprons!

As you can imagine, we've got hundreds in the collection, but this one is a particular favourite. It belonged to Augustine Harrison, who was initiated into the Marquis of Granby Lodge, No. 24, in May 1806. The Lodge eventually merged with the Industrious Lodge No. 416 in 1819 to become the United Industrious Lodge, which still meets today.

The apron is made of white leather with a border of light blue pleated silk ribbon and has an unusually intricate design on the front. It depicts globe-topped columns on a chequered pavement surrounded by Masonic symbols, hand-painted with gold detail. The flap has a decoration of a radiant All-Seeing Eye in a ring of cloud.

Want to admire it in person? It's on display in our exhibition !

Our next   is coming up! 📆 2 November 2023🕔 5 - 8pmJoin Visitor Assistant Patrick, where he'll explore theatrical lodges...
23/10/2023

Our next is coming up!

📆 2 November 2023
🕔 5 - 8pm

Join Visitor Assistant Patrick, where he'll explore theatrical lodges and the actors and performers who joined them.

Find out more on our website. Link in bio.

The next instalment of our   series is the (rather shiny!) regalia of George VI. The regalia is on loan to the Worshipfu...
19/10/2023

The next instalment of our series is the (rather shiny!) regalia of George VI.

The regalia is on loan to the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers for their new exhibition, 'Treasures of Gold and Silver ', open to the public until 12th November at the Guildhall Art Gallery.

The exhibition celebrates 400 years of the Worshipful Company, and features other items from our collection - we've already featured the regalia of William IV, but stay tuned as there's more to come.

The design of the regalia features dark blue, ribbed silk with gold lace trim and gold bullion fringe. The border is embroidered in gold with an elaborate design of pomegranate, wheat and lotus flower, and the main body of the apron includes a gold embroidered blazing sun. Each gauntlet is gold embroidered with a compass on a section of a circle with a Royal coronet, gold embroidered and padded with red velvet.

For  , we're shining a light on one of the more popular aspects of our archive collection, a collection of letters from ...
11/10/2023

For , we're shining a light on one of the more popular aspects of our archive collection, a collection of letters from Prince Hall.

An African-American, Prince Hall wrote to Grand Lodge in 1784 for a warrant to form a new lodge, known as African Lodge, after the American Revolutionary War (American War of Independence), which enabled other African-American Bostonians to join.

It is difficult to find details about Prince Hall as several contemporary Boston residents had the same name. It is possible that Prince Hall was initiated as a freemason in a travelling military lodge meeting under the Grand Lodge of Ireland. Prince Hall contacted William Moody, Worshipful Master of Brotherly Love Lodge, No. 55, meeting in Tottenham Court Road, London, to act as a go between to help the Lodge obtain a warrant from London. Prince Hall sent lodge members, Brothers Reed and Menes, to London to obtain the warrant.

The original letter requesting the warrant survives in our archives, and is currently on display in our latest exhibition .

Want to find out more about Prince Hall Freemasonry? Check out our blog >> https://ow.ly/jiFc50PSN9O

09/10/2023

Night at the Museum on - LAST CHANCE!

The Museum of Freemasonry is full of unusual artifacts with remarkable stories telling the history of Freemasonry. We invite you to join Curator Mark Dennis as we take a journey through this incredible collection.

🎟️ Book your ticket for Night at the Museum, at 19.30 on Tuesday 10th October ➡️ https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/2016947037801/WN_YltrqVTqRP-fM21eQNYZ_w

United Grand Lodge of England The Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons Freemasonry Today Museum of Freemasonry Order of Women Freemasons

Ever wanted to research using our collections but don't know how to start?Our new 'How To' video series has you covered!...
09/10/2023

Ever wanted to research using our collections but don't know how to start?

Our new 'How To' video series has you covered!

Check out our YouTube channel for videos covering how to use our online catalogue, search and use Masonic Periodicals Online, and research lodges on Lane's Masonic Records >> https://ow.ly/54EH50PTvpM

This month's theme for the Central London Historic Collections Group collaboration is anything strange in our collection...
06/10/2023

This month's theme for the Central London Historic Collections Group collaboration is anything strange in our collections, and once again, we were a bit spoilt for choice!

This little winged egg hangs at the end of a collar worn by members of the Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis and Misraim and represents the birth of the universe.

The Ancient and Primitive Rite is one of many systems of freemasonry that have appeared over time. Its two components originated in France and looked towards Ancient Egypt for inspiration at a time when all things Egyptian were fashionable. In England, it was promoted by a freemason named John Yarker but was short-lived.

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES OCTOBER🚨Monday 2 OctoberTuesday 3 OctoberSaturday 7 OctoberTuesday 24 OctoberPlanning a visit to t...
02/10/2023

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES OCTOBER🚨

Monday 2 October
Tuesday 3 October
Saturday 7 October
Tuesday 24 October

Planning a visit to the museum in October?

Due to events in Freemasons' Hall, we'll be closed to the public on the above dates, so be sure to plan ahead to avoid disappointment!

We'll be open for research visits Tues-Sat, but you'll need to visit our website to book your spot in advance to guarantee entry >> https://ow.ly/qZkk50PN6xV

Are you a fan of shiny things? We've recently loaned William IV's regalia to the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver W...
29/09/2023

Are you a fan of shiny things?

We've recently loaned William IV's regalia to the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers for their new exhibition 'Treasures of Gold and Silver ', open to the public from today!

The exhibition celebrates 400 years of the Worshipful Company, and features other items from our collection - we'll reveal all over the next few weeks.

The apron, collar and pair of gauntlets (dress) for a Past Grand Master were worn by William Henry, Duke of Clarence (later William IV) and date from 1787. The design features gold braid and gold fringe, and all the motifs are embroidered in gold.

The exhibition is on from today until 12th November at the Guildhall Art Gallery. Let us know if you're planning on visiting!

Always wanted to visit but never had the chance? Join our Curator Mark for a Night at the Museum of  ! Book your spot be...
28/09/2023

Always wanted to visit but never had the chance?

Join our Curator Mark for a Night at the Museum of ! Book your spot below.

🌃 Night at the Museum on

The Museum of Freemasonry is full of unusual artifacts with remarkable stories telling the history of Freemasonry. We invite you to join Curator Mark Dennis as we take a journey through this incredible collection.

🎟️ Book your ticket for Night at the Museum, at 19.30 on Tuesday 10th October ➡️ https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/2016947037801/WN_YltrqVTqRP-fM21eQNYZ_w

United Grand Lodge of England Freemasonry Today The Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons Museum of Freemasonry Order of Women Freemasons

We're closed to the public today as Freemasons' Hall welcomes members of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Hertfordshire.In ...
27/09/2023

We're closed to the public today as Freemasons' Hall welcomes members of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Hertfordshire.

In case you're not lucky enough to be able to visit today, we thought we'd show you this jewel from East Hertfordshire Lodge, No. 3748.

It's a consecrating officers jewel, presented to members of the consecration team when the lodge was formed in 1912.

The design features an enamelled shield with a hart standing in what we think is the river Lea, with a castle and forest in the background. The shield is pinned to a set square and compass, which is pinned to two globe-topped pillars.

Are there any members of the Lodge visiting Freemasons' Hall today? Let us know in the comments! 👇

📸M2002/1772

We're closed to the public today as Freemasons' Hall welcomes members of the Provincial Grand Chapter of Essex.In case y...
21/09/2023

We're closed to the public today as Freemasons' Hall welcomes members of the Provincial Grand Chapter of Essex.

In case you're not lucky enough to be able to visit, we've pulled out one of our favourite Essex-related items in the collection for you to enjoy. Admittedly, it's Grand Lodge rather than Grand Chapter, but we hope you'll forgive us!

This delicately watercoloured document is an address presented in 1801 to William Wix on his appointment as Provincial Grand Master of Essex. The decoration includes an array of familiar masonic symbolism, including an all-seeing eye, square and compasses, sun, moon and a volume of sacred law.

His friend John White Middleton presented the address to William, and we've been pondering over who might have been the talented person that produced it.

Have you seen anything like this in any other collections? Let us know in the comments!

📷GBR 1991 LA 1/1/5

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is Giant, so we couldn't resist showing off the (rat...
14/09/2023

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is Giant, so we couldn't resist showing off the (rather large!) centrepiece from our North Gallery - a throne fit for a Grand Master.

It's one of a set of three; one for the Grand Master and one each for the Senior and Junior Grand Wardens. The set was made in 1790, and surprisingly, the chairs slot together like flat-pack furniture does today.

The main throne looks a little different to how George, Prince of Wales, would have seen it when it was presented in 1791. Originally it would have had the ostrich feather crest of the Prince of Wales on top. Many subsequent Grand Masters have used this throne, but not all have held the title of Prince of Wales. A ducal coronet replaced the crest around 1901 when the Duke of Connaught became Grand Master.

Between 2005-2008, the three chairs were conserved and repaired using limewood and animal glue before being regilded using 23 1/2 carat gold leaf - 190 books of it!

The restorers spent 3,765 hours repairing the three chairs, and a specialist conservator restored the two globes on the Grand Master's Throne.

Have you seen these in person yet?

Are you interested in researching using our collections relating to the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn?Why not join u...
11/09/2023

Are you interested in researching using our collections relating to the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn?

Why not join us for a study day hosted by the University of Surrey, where you'll have the opportunity to explore the collections for yourself?

See link below for details!

Visiting the museum for  ? Don't miss our displays in South Gallery and look out for little details!
10/09/2023

Visiting the museum for ? Don't miss our displays in South Gallery and look out for little details!

Are you visiting the museum for  ? Don't forget to look up!
09/09/2023

Are you visiting the museum for ? Don't forget to look up!

Have you added us to your   list yet?We're open 9 - 10th September from 10 - 5pm, so drop in to admire the building and ...
06/09/2023

Have you added us to your list yet?

We're open 9 - 10th September from 10 - 5pm, so drop in to admire the building and treasures from our collections, including our latest exhibition .

We'll be on hand to answer any of your questions too, so feel free to ask away!

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES SEPTEMBER🚨Tuesday 12 SeptemberThursday 21 SeptemberWednesday 27 SeptemberPlanning a visit to the m...
01/09/2023

🚨MUSEUM CLOSURE DATES SEPTEMBER🚨

Tuesday 12 September
Thursday 21 September
Wednesday 27 September

Planning a visit to the museum in September?

Due to events in Freemasons' Hall, we'll be closed to the public on the above dates, so be sure to plan ahead to avoid disappointment!

We'll be open for research visits Wed-Sat, but you'll need to visit our website to book your spot in advance to guarantee entry >> https://museumfreemasonry.org.uk/

Our next   is next week!📆 Thursday 7 September🕔 5pm - 8pmDiscover the Treasures of the SRIAJoin us for our special Thurs...
30/08/2023

Our next is next week!

📆 Thursday 7 September
🕔 5pm - 8pm

Discover the Treasures of the SRIA

Join us for our special Thursday Late to celebrate the collections of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia where we'll be delving into the stories behind some of the treasures in the collection.

Plan your visit and find out more in the link in our bio ☝️

Today is  , the perfect time to introduce you to Sir Walter Scott's favourite dog, Maida. He was a Deerhound, given to S...
26/08/2023

Today is , the perfect time to introduce you to Sir Walter Scott's favourite dog, Maida. He was a Deerhound, given to Scott as a gift by his friend, Colonel Alexander Ranaldson MacDonell of Glengarry. When Maida died, he was buried under a statue Scott had made of him, which stood at the hall door of Scott's home, Abbotsford House.

Although a legal advocate and judge by profession, Scott is better known as a novelist and historian. His books Ivanhoe, Rob Roy and Waverley, among others, are still regarded as classics of Scottish literature. He was initiated in Lodge Saint David, No. 36, Edinburgh, of the Grand Lodge of Scotland, on 2 March 1801. His father and elder brother were also members of the same Lodge.

Are you planning your   visits?We're open 9 - 10th September from 10 - 5pm, so drop in to admire the building and treasu...
24/08/2023

Are you planning your visits?

We're open 9 - 10th September from 10 - 5pm, so drop in to admire the building and treasures from our collections, including our latest exhibition .

We'll be on hand to answer any of your questions too, so feel free to ask away!

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is 'Animals', and, once again, we were a bit spoilt ...
22/08/2023

This month's Central London Historic Collections Group collab theme is 'Animals', and, once again, we were a bit spoilt for choice!

We've already shared our favourite cat in the collection, so we've gone for something a bit more out of the ordinary - an apron complete with everyone's favourite (?) Australian marsupials, kangaroos!

The apron is for the Kangaroo (or First) Degree of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, an order initially founded as The Buffalo Society by a small group of actors and stagehands in London in 1822. The Order existed for social enjoyment and benevolent purposes, using a system of donations and fees to raise money for members in need.

We have lots of material from other Friendly and Fraternal organisations in the collections. If you'd like to see more, let us know in the comments!

Have you ever wondered what links Solomon's Temple and freemasonry?The biblical figure Solomon, in his role as a builder...
16/08/2023

Have you ever wondered what links Solomon's Temple and freemasonry?

The biblical figure Solomon, in his role as a builder, and the story of the building of his Temple is central to freemasonry. It has influenced its ceremonies, symbolism and architecture.

There's no archaeological evidence for the existence of a temple at Jerusalem which can be attributed to King Solomon. Still, the building project is the principal event in the biblical account of him. This account inspired people to create imaginary descriptions, images and models of the Temple, and we have many examples in our collections.

This spectacularly vivid image is a colour engraving by Robert Sayer of a view inside the court of the priests inside the Temple. The display of temple models during the eighteenth century encouraged the production of engravings like this one, which were also reproduced as transfer prints on ceramics.

You can learn more about Solomon's Temple's importance in our North Gallery displays and our latest exhibition .

Plan your visit today >> https://museumfreemasonry.org.uk/whats-on

Address

60 Great Queen Street
London
WC2B5AZ

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm

Telephone

+442073959257

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Museum of Freemasonry posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Museum

Send a message to Museum of Freemasonry:

Videos

Share

Category

About Us

At the Museum of Freemasonry, our goal is to help you learn about freemasonry in all its cultural richness. If you’re a freemason, the museum is a treasure trove for exploration. If you’re not a freemason, it’s the perfect place to visit and discover what freemasonry is all about.

Open Monday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm

Admission is free

More information can be found here: https://museumfreemasonry.org.uk


Other History Museums in London

Show All