The Kent Library & Museum of Freemasonry was officially opened on April 19th 1933 by Fiennes Stanley Wykeham Cornwallis, the Provincial Grand Master of Kent.

We wish them well and for many more visitors and Birthdays.
Head over to their site and take a look at this real gem in Canterbury, Kent.

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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, although voluntary donations are welcomed.

They are an Arts Council Accredited Museum, meeting the nationally agreed standards of the Arts Council on collection care, museum management and the provision of information and services to visitors.

The museum is a hidden treasure which boasts a rare collection of exhibits of national and international importance. The collection of Masonic material is probably the finest in the UK outside of London.  The vast collection of regalia and books covers all Masonic orders through the ages.

They also have a well-stocked shop selling masonic regalia, clothing, jewellery, gifts and books.

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