At the Museum of Freemasonry, our goal is to help you learn about freemasonry in all its cultural richness. If you’re a mason, the museum is a treasure trove for exploration. If you’re not a mason, it’s the place to visit and discover what freemasonry is all about.
Our exhibitions and events illuminate the history of freemasonry, explore its traditions and values, and reveal its significance through the ages and around the world.
We provide free, daily tours of Freemasons' Hall and the museum, which can be booked online. Large groups will need to book separately. See the Tours page on our website.
Freemasons' Hall and the museum have step-free access. The museum is on the first floor and all on one level with wide corridors and doorways. The wheelchair-accessible toilet is through some staff-only doors so please ask for help.
The museum is a quiet and friendly space and there are no loud noises or flashing lights.
You can rent audio guides in French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish. These guides are only relevant to the exhibits in the museum's North Gallery.