Philadelphia - Masonic Library & Museum

Masonic Library & Museum

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About Masonic Library & Museum

The Masonic Library & Museum was established in 1908 and was dedicated by an outstanding merchant of Philadelphia, Brother John Wanamaker who also held the first position as the chairman of the Library Committee. The library and museum boasts with a collection of over 30,000 objects. Some of the well noted collection includes the Masonic Sash of Brother Benjamin Franklin and the Masonic Apron of George Washington. Majority of the parts of the museum is open for guided tours.

1 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA, 19102
215-988-1900

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