Historical and thematic view on Freemasonry in Europe.
The Belgian Museum of Freemasonry fulfils the desire for openness of an association renowned for its discretion. The thematic and didactic display offer information likely to encourage reflection and aim to make the Masonic approach understandable.
The permanent collection gathers different objects - decoration, jewelry, china, and books - from the 18th century until today, imbued with rich symbolism.
Open from Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 12am (only for groups and upon request) and from 1pm to 5pm (groups and individuals). On Saturday from 10am to 4.30pm (groups and individuals). In July and August (from Tuesday to Saturday) from 1pm to 4.30pm (groups and individuals). Last ticket 30 min before closing Closed Monday, Sunday, public holidays and between Christmas and Newyear
Prices see website of the museum
Guided Tours guided tour: upon reservation (minimum 3 weeks before) on the website or phone
Accessibility Metro 1-5: Sainte-Catherine or De Brouckère - Tram 3 4 32 - Bus 29 47 66 71 86 88