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Museum of Freemasonry, Level 3, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Sydney

Guided Tour for One ($5) Two ($10) or Four People ($20) at Museum of Freemasonry (Up to $40 Value)

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Visitors can delve into the history of Australian Freemasons during this hour-long tour with an experienced guide

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3 ratings3 reviews
December 18, 2019
The tour was very informative, and detailed.
53 ratings45 reviews
December 5, 2019
Very friendly staff. A very big thank you for the gentlemen who works in the library who explained the history of the free masons. I will be getting the old map of sydney framed .

About This Deal

The Deal

$5 for a guided tour of the Freemasonry Museum for one person (total value up to $10)

$10 for a guided tour of the Freemasonry Museum for two people (total value up to $20)

$20 for a guided tour of the Freemasonry Museum for four people (total value up to $40)


  • Tour conducted by an experienced guide
  • Access to areas not available to regular visitors

Need To Know

• Limit of 1 voucher per option
• Purchase up to 2 additional as a gift
• 48 hour cancellation policy or voucher is forfeited
• Tours must be booked together for all participants
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Expiry: 90 days from purchase
• Phone to book: (02) 9284 2800
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Valid hours:
Mon-Fri: 11am-2pm

About Museum of Freemasonry

Museum of Freemasonry gives visitors an opportunity to discover the history and secrets of Ancient Freemasonry. Located in a brutalist architecture landmark, the museum houses the archives, gallery and library of the Australian Freemasons, with some of the exhibits dating back to the 19th century. Guests can also see Masonic decoration such as pottery and porcelain, glassware, furniture, jewels and regalia. The exhibition is open for individual sightseeing, as well as guided tours providing access to areas not available to regular visitors.