COVID-19: We plan to reopen from 17 May 2021

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The Museum is in central London. It’s easy to get here by tube, train, bus and bike. Entry is free. Since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic you will need to book a ticket online (if you’re part of a large group or want to join a tour these are suspended until further notice).

Our address

Freemasons’ Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ

Opening times

We’re open from 10:00 to 17:00 Monday to Saturday. We open late until 20:00 first Thursday of each month.

We’re closed at the following times:

  • Bank Holidays (the whole weekend, from Saturday to Monday)
  • Easter weekend
  • From 12:00 on 24 December until 2 January

By tube

The closest Underground stations are:

  • Covent Garden
  • Holborn

By train

The nearest mainline train stations are:

  • Euston
  • St Pancras
  • King’s Cross

By bus

These buses all stop on Kingsway, which is a five minute walk from Freemasons’ Hall:

  • 1, 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243, 521

By bike

There are bike stands near the main entrance on the corner of Great Queen Street and Wild Street.

There are also Santander bike docking stations nearby on Newton Street and Drury Lane.

By car

We don’t have car parking on site, but there are pay car parks nearby. Find out more here. Generally it’s quicker and easier to travel to the museum by public transport.

By coach

We don’t have parking spaces for coaches, but Transport for London has information about parking for coaches in London.

There's always something to catch your eye ©Museum of Freemasonry

One of my favourite places in London. Such a great collection of information on display and at request! The staff couldn't be more helpful and the tour more interesting either!

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