"To preserve the reputation of the Fraternity unsullied must be your constant care."

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Paris Museum of Freemasonry to Open in February

In spite of its recent fire, the Grand Orient of France will open its newly refurbished museum on February 10, 2010 in Paris at its 16 rue Cadet headquarters. Helped by a grant from the Ministry of Culture, Region Ile de France and the City of Paris, the new facility will not be strictly dedicated to the Grand Orient, but will simply be called the Museum of Freemasonry.

See a virtual tour here.

(Beret tip to Blog Maconique)

1 comment:

  1. Bro:. Chris,

    Thank you for posting this. The video was quite interesting.

    I am sure that the museum will offer a first rate experience to all who visit it.

    Both the French government, and the Grand Orient of France, should be commended for preserving and sharing these Masonic treasures with the world.


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