Kent Museum of Freemasonry
Kent Museum of Freemasonry
  • Kent Masonic Library and Museum Trust
    St. Peter's Place
    CT1 2DA
Open to all and located in the heart of Canterbury's tourist route, you will find the Kent Museum of Freemasonry close to the Westgate Towers and a five minute stroll from the Cathedral. Entrance is free of charge (voluntary donations welcomed). The museum in Canterbury is a hidden treasure which boasts a rare collection of exhibits of national and international importance and has probably the finest collection of Masonic material in the UK outside of London. This includes the unique 19th Century stained glass windows which originally adorned the old Freemasons’ Hall in London. Whether you are a curious browser or a serious student of Freemasonry, there is plenty to interest you, including a fine collection of Masonic paintings, glassware and porcelain, along with documents and presentation items. The vast collection of regalia and books, which are currently being re-catalogued, covers all Masonic orders through the ages. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 16:00.
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