The Kent Museum of Freemasonry is in the heart of Canterbury and has a rare collection of national and international exhibits regarding Freemasonry history. Items on display include books, regalia, and coves all Masonic orders through the ages.
10am to 4pm.
Free - donations welcome
Visits can be arranged for groups and parties including, subject to availability, a tour of the neighbouring Lodge Room with an after-tour meal.
Canterbury West and Canterbury East.
Bus depot at top of the high street for all bus routes in and out of the city
Park and Ride
Approaching from Dover: New Dover Road CT13EJ
Approaching from Ashford: Wincheap CT13TY.
Pay & Display car parks and streets around town.
Volunteer run, so if you are travelling a long distance check it is open.
Picture Credit: © The Kent Museum of Freemasonry.