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–4:30 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, 
guided tours, and workshops 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–4:30 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

• threads of Brotherhood:   

Masonic Quilts and textiles, 

through March 23, 2013

• Journeys and Discoveries:   

the Stories Maps tell,  

opens March 16, 2013

• recent Acquisitions
• Masonic Decorative Arts
• With Banners Waving

An American history museum founded and supported by the  

Scottish Rite of Freemasonry in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

Spring 2012 • Vol. 6, no. 1

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, at 781-457-4106, or pcallahan@, and 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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Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, Inc.

Spring 2013 • Vol. 7, no. 1

Masonic Work Day

Saturday, June 22, 2013

9:30 am to 4 pm

like history? Ever wondered what it’s like 

to be a curator or a librarian? Join the staff 

and find out! Ten volunteers will spend the 

day helping us with collections-related 

projects including inventory of object and 

library collections; housing and numbering 

objects and archival collections; computer 

data entry. The day involves standing and 

exposure to dust or mold is possible. 

registrations are on a first-come, first-

served basis. Email Aimee E. newell,  

Director of Collections, at anewell@monh.

org with your name and contact infor-

mation to sign up, or with questions.