The building is not old (1930s) but is hugely impressive. The massive Grand Master's chair and the Temple are two of the highlights. There is an emphasis on explaining the symbolism of Freemasonry, and some myths are debunked. It is well worth taking the guided tour, which is free, as is entry. There is a sameness about some of the exhibits, being maybe more interesting to visiting Masons than to the general public, but there is enough to make a visit a rewarding experience.
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