I really enjoyed our visit to the Freemasons' Hall. Be warned that it is not always open (I think we visited three times over several trips before getting to see a tour of the building), but it is beside Covent Garden market, Valerie's Patisserie and The Freemasons Arms which is a great English pub so it wasn't a hardship. We had a lovely guide who took us round the building and there was plenty to interest us. If you can, be first to volunteer to try opening the huge doors into the main chamber. After the tour you can wander around the museum in your own time. The Freemasons have a fair amount of secrecy attached to them so it was interesting to have toured such a significant building, I would definitely recommend visiting here.
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