Home of UGLE since 1775
Freemasons have met on this site for over two centuries. The present Freemasons’ Hall was built between 1927 and 1932 as a memorial to the 3,000 members, killed during the First World War. It is one of the UK’s finest Art Deco buildings. It has recently been upgraded to give access to people with disabilities.
Freemasons’ Hall is one of London’s top 10 film locations featuring in several Hollywood blockbusters. It was also the headquarters of the team from Spooks, the BBC spy series.
Starting from the Library and Museum, you can take a guided tour of the Grand Temple and ceremonial areas. There are up to five tours a day, except on days when there are events, so it is strongly recommended that you chack if you are making a special journey to visit: call 020 7395 9257 or email the Library & Museum
Freemasons' Hall provides a magnificent setting for product launches, creative performances, receptions for up to 1,200 people, dinners and dances catering for 25-250 and conferences for up to 1,000 delegates. Each year it hosts Fashion Scout during London Fashion Show, as well as many other events.