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Freemasons' Hall: A very unique Guided Tour ESSENTIAL TO PREPAY

Hosted by the Consul of the London Gallery Visits Group
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Sat 12 Mar 09:50 - 11:00

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An Art Deco masterpiece in the heart of London’s West End, the Freemasons' Hall showcases the beautiful architecture and history of the stunning Grade II* listed building, the magnificent Grand Temple and the Museum of Freemasonry, which houses one of the leading collections of masonic artefacts and books.
Three Centuries of English Freemasonry, and offers enlightenment on the origins of Freemasonry.
Originally built as a peace memorial to honour the thousands of Freemasons who fought and died during the First World War, Freemasons’ Hall is the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England. Freemasons’ Hall stands on Great Queen Street, on a site that has been used to hold meetings for Freemasons since Protected content . The present building, the third Masonic Hall on the site, was constructed between Protected content Protected content a memorial to those who died in the First World War and was for many years known as the Masonic Peace Memorial. The architects were HV Ashley and F Winton Newman, whose other major commissions included the Council House extension and Art Gallery in Birmingham, Clive House (the Passport Office) in Petty France, and London and Cheltenham Technical College, as well as housing schemes and hospitals.