Site of the Freemasons’ Grand Lodge since the 18th century, the current Grade II-listed Art Deco building was constructed in the late 1920s as a memorial to Freemasons who died in World War I.

This visit is a curator led exploration of the collections of the Museum of Freemasonry and its new exhibition Bejewelled: Badges, Brotherhood and Identity. Items as diverse as Winston Churchill’s masonic apron, badges worn by King Edward VII and items from Napoleonic prisoner of war camps are all included. There will also be a behind the scenes tour of the Grade II* listed Freemasons’ Hall and, subject to availability, a visit to the Grand Temple.

This event has been organised by the London Fundraising Committee Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

Freemasons Hall

60 Great Queen Street, London, London, WC2B 5AZ

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