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If you want to know and not listen to gossip.. ask any question and the attentive ushers and staff are more than willing to answer.. better still squash any rumours.. If you want a taster before you visit.. look up Sir Tony Robinson sheds light...More
On my last full day in London, I desperately wanted to fit in the Freemason Hall. I rushed to get there in time for their last tour of the day (4pm), only to arrive and discover that they were not doing any tours today. I...More
I don't know a thing about Freemasonry! Came away educated in several ways, most notably about what the organisation does charitably, world-wide. Exhibits include the 3 century history and all sorts of interesting artefacts. The best parts are the lovely library and a tour that...More
I visited the freemasons hall by myself. It is quite a large place that is alocated to public viewing and definitely worth the time!
As I understood, it is the actual place where the masons in London hold their gatherings and ceremonies.
You get to...More
True to the title a full and open tour of a simply stunning building. Beautiful architecture and very interesting displays. Mason or not.
Plenty of knowledgeable people available to answer your questions or take an informative tour.
Go along and learn about 3 centuries of...More
Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated
by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.
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I don't know much about the Freemasons other than what was exhibited at the museum but the place to start is probably to search on the internet for the lodge closest to where you live so try the website of the United Grand... More
I don't know much about the Freemasons other than what was exhibited at the museum but the place to start is probably to search on the internet for the lodge closest to where you live so try the website of the United Grand Lodge of England assuming you are based in England of course.
I am afraid that I cannot be as detailed as the other two responders; but I can confirm that the Hall and the Museum are well worth a visit. Lodge meetings are, of course, closed to non-Masons but there is far more in the... More
I am afraid that I cannot be as detailed as the other two responders; but I can confirm that the Hall and the Museum are well worth a visit. Lodge meetings are, of course, closed to non-Masons but there is far more in the public domain than you might expect. I would ring the Hall, explain your parking problem and I am absolutely certain that they will do their best to help you