Scottish Rite Masonic Museum 3.5 (reviews)

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About Scottish Rite Masonic Museum

The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum in Lexington was established in 1975, and tells the story of Freemasonry and fraternalism in the context of American history.

The museum actually aims to be the "historical society" of American Freemasonry as it collects, preserves, interprets and celebrates the history of fraternalism - and is unique to the nation!

The collection within the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum is vast, with over 17,000 objects in its collection!

There are changing exhibitions so you can always so and explore something new. Topics all relate to Freemasonry and American history, and paired with attending their lectures, gallery talks, and workshops, really can foster a deeper appreciation of the collections!

A unique and fascinating exploration into a rich part of America's history and present, the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum also has online exhibitions if you want to explore their collection before your visit!

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Adults Free admission

Children Free admission

Last Update 2023

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Scottish Rite Masonic Museum FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Scottish Rite Masonic Museum?

Grab something to eat in the area before or after your visit

Does Scottish Rite Masonic Museum have a gift shop?

The Heritage Shop offers a wide range of merchandise related to American history and culture. Whether you are interested in children's toys and games, books for all ages, greeting cards or gifts such as jewelry and clothing, the Heritage Shop has it all.

Teachers corner

The museum offers guided tours of any current exhibition in our galleries. Cost: $6 per person for 60-minute tour.

Is Scottish Rite Masonic Museum fully accessible?

Give them a call to ask about the accessibility