Freemasons' Hall

Talk and Tour | Freemasons' Hall

Tuesday 12 April 2011 - 18:00 until 19:45

The Grand Lodge, founded 1717, has met on this site since 1775, and the current Grade II-listed Art Deco building was constructed 1927–32 as a memorial to Freemasons who died in the First World War. On arrival, guests can enjoy a drink while viewing exhibits on show from the Museum’s collections – porcelain, silver, glassware, regalia, prints, engravings and photographs – and a special temporary exhibition called Building Solomon’s Temple. Museum Director Diane Clements will then give a talk using examples of works commissioned by the Grand Lodge to illustrate its role as a patron of the arts during its long history. The visit ends with a tour that includes the Grand Temple and the Processional Corridor.

Venue information

Freemasons' Hall

60 Great Queen Street London, wc2b 5az

Entry details

Tickets £22 (includes a glass of wine)

6.00 - 7.45pm

To book, call 0844 415 4151, Monday-Friday 9am-5.30pm

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