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 Museum, located in a neoclassical building (Hotel Dewez), displays items: regalia, jewels, china, books from the 18th century to the present day. These bear witness to the historic evolution, activities, ideas and current structures of Freemasonry.
The Museum will be closed Tuesday August 15th
In JULY and AUGUST: Open from 10 am until 4.30 pm TUESDAY to FRIDAY. Saturday from 1 pm to 4.30 pm.
For security measures all the visitors are requested not to come to the museum with rucksacks or large bags. We thank you for the respect of these safety regulations.