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Discovering the history of Freemasonry

Housed in Freemasons’ Hall, the free Museum displays one of the world’s largest collections associated with Freemasonry and draws from it to host regular exhibitions. Discover Winston Churchill’s apron or the throne made for the future King George IV, as the first Royal Grand Master. Admire the craftsmanship behind glass, jewellery and silverware and view the prints, engravings and photos that sum up the past.

Interested in family history or your Lodge’s story? The Library’s extensive archive is the place to start.  Visit or telephone the archivist to discuss your research interests on 0207 395 9258.

The Library and Museum are open 10am-5pm Mon-Sat except public holidays. For more information and access to resources visit freemasonry.london.museum/library-museum-archive/