Visit | Freemason's Hall
Tuesday 8 March 2011 - 06:00 until 07:45
This evening talk and tours takes place on the site where the Grand Lodge, founded in 1717, has met since 1775.
The current Grade II listed Art Deco building was constructed in 1927-32 as a memorial to Freemason's who died in the First World War.
On arrival, guests can enjoy a drink while browsing exhibits from the Museum's collections, including porcelain, silver and glassware, regalia, prints and photographs.
Museum Director Diane Clements will then give a talk featuring works commissioned by the Grand Lodge over more than 200 years to illustrate its role as a patron of the arts.
The visit ends with a tour that includes the Grand Temple and the Processional Corridor.