A private guided tour of Freemasons Hall, 17 Molesworth Street, Dublin has been booked to take place on Monday 10th February 2020. We will meet for coffee/tea and refreshments at 2.00pm in the café located in the Freemasons building, 17 Molesworth St. and the tour will commence at 2.30pm. The tour will take approximately 1 hour 30 mins; there is a lift to the upper floors.
The cost is €5 per person and reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Members may each bring one guest.
What is Freemasonry?
It is commonly believed that the Masonic fraternity evolved out of a guild of stone-masons dating from the middle-ages. As the centuries passed, many people in society became members of those masonic guilds and by the early enlightenment era, Freemasonry had become a purely social and fraternal institution which preserved the traditions and practices of those original guilds. Despite common opinion, Freemasonry is not a political or religious organisation. In fact those two topics are not to be discussed at any Masonic meeting. Freemasonry enables men from different parts of society to meet together as equals, regardless of religious background, political leaning, class or any other social category. Members of the Freemasons therefore quickly make close friends and acquaintances from many different walks of life.
If you wish to join us on the tour you may reserve a place using our online ticket system below.
Trinity Retirement Association