Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library – Membership
Join Our Team!!
The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library’s membership program offers a variety of opportunities for you to help us continue our proud tradition of telling the stories of our great country. By becoming a member, you support our ongoing mission: To engage and inspire, through our exhibitions, programs, and collections, a knowledge and appreciation of America’s history, heritage, culture, and traditions with a special focus on Freemasonry, and fraternalism.
The Museum is a welcoming destination for families and individuals of all ages. We present changing exhibitions, care for one of the finest Masonic collections in the United States, offer a research library and archive, and present popular events and programs.
Every dollar received through membership goes directly towards the Museum’s operating expenses and helps us offer free admission year round. And your membership fee is tax-deductible. Thank you for your support!
Membership and Benefits
We offer various membership levels to suit all needs:
Notice of events and programs
Discount for special programs
Individual/Family Membership benefits, plus
Reciprocal membership at over 500 North American museums through NARM, the North American Reciprocal Museum Association
Contributor benefits, plus
Behind the scenes collection tour for you and four guests
Associate Benefits, plus
One-time 10% discount on rental facilities
You can now make an online purchase of your new/renewal membership or give the gift of membership via the link below. If by mail, please print out an application form and mail it to:
Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library
33 Marrett Road
Lexington, MA 02421
Questions? Please email us at email@example.com or call 781-450-4103.
West Lynn Independent Order of Odd Fellows Baseball Team, 1890-1920. W. Marshall Wires, Lynn, Massachusetts. Museum Purchase, 98.060.
Unidentified Knights Templar Member, 1893. Abraham Edmonds (b. ca. 1851), New York, New York. Gift of Walter A. Kmiec, 80.58. Photo by David Bohl.
Sow the Seeds of Victory!, 1918.
James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1860), United States. National Heritage Museum, Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives, gift of Andrew S. Dibner. 2000/37/05.