Scottish rite masonic  
museum & library inc.

33 Marrett Road 
(At the intersection of Route 2A 
and Massachusetts Avenue) 
Lexington, MA 02421 
(781) 861-6559


Free admission and parking 


Wednesday–Saturday, 10 AM–4:00 PM

handicapped Access 

The Museum is wheelchair accessible. 


If you would like to bring a group to  
the Museum, please call (781) 457-4121 
to make a reservation. Self-guided tours 
and guided tours are available. There is no 
charge for self-guided tours, but if you 
have 10 or more people in your group, 
you must make a reservation. 

visit our library

The Van Gorden-Williams Library   
is open Wednesday through Saturday,  
10 AM–4:00 PM.


Consider hosting your next special  
event at the Museum. Groups large  
and small can be accommodated for 
corporate parties, receptions, meetings, 
weddings, concert, and performances. 
Call (781) 457-4106.

on view

• Prized Relics: Historic Souvenirs  

from the collection

• “‘Every Variety of Painting for  

lodges’”: Decorated Furniture,  
Paintings and ritual objects  
from the collection

• Recent Acquisitions

An American history museum founded and supported by the  

Scottish Rite of Freemasonry in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

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Plan your next  

event with us!


The Museum is an elegant setting for all 
social and corporate events. Whether it  
is a seminar, lecture, conference, musical 
performance, or a festive evening of dinner 
and dancing, the Museum can host your 
event in any number of beautiful settings. 
We accommodate groups from nearly 400 
guests, to smaller gatherings of 20. Our 
spaces are equipped with state-of-the-art 
audiovisual, sound, and lighting options, 
wifi, and teleconferencing. For more infor-
mation, contact Patti Callahan, Functions 
Manager, 781-457-4106, or pcallahan@
, or visit our website. 


atrium and 


Scottish Rite 

Masonic Museum 

& Library, Inc.

33 Marrett Road/P.O. Box 519

Lexington, MA 02421

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Please consider becoming a member! 
Our member benefits include:
• a subscription to our newsletter
• discount for special programs 
• at the Contributor level, reciprocal 

membership at over 600 museums 
through the North American Reciprocal 
Museum association.

To learn more about membership and 
benefits, please visit our website monh.
org, Membership information is under the 
“visits and tours” tab, or contact Hilary 
Anderson Stelling, 
or 781-457-4121. Your donation to the 
Museum is tax deductible.