I took a tour based on the temple's historical as well as architectural significance. It was interesting, for the most part, but our guide was more intent on dispelling public myths rather than explaining Freemasonry. The tour was nonetheless interesting. I particularly liked the fact that we could take pictures, since most historical sites don't allow photography. The attention to architectural details, as well as the surperb maintainence and upkeep of this building are the best reasons to take a tour. Definitely worth it!
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