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The Library and Museum of Freemasonry

The Library and Museum of Freemasonry bring together a rare collection of Masonic furniture and decoration, including the belongings of some of its more famous members, such as Winston Churchill and King Edward VII. It is regarded has holding the most comprehensive collection of such material in Europe. This includes rare artefacts and books that can be viewed once the curator or his staff have been contacted.

Prints, photographs and original documentation are also available to examine, while the exhibition reveals the meanings of some of the symbolism, along with the wide ranging networks and various ranks of members. If you have any interest in Freemasonry, this museum tells everything you could wish to know.

60 Great Queen Street
Freemasons' Hall
City of London

Tel: 020 7395 9257
Opening Times: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm
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