Museum of Freemasonry - Masonic Library

If you have not completed reading the library book by the time it is due for return, you can extend the lending period by telephoning or contacting the library by email.

Provided the book is not required by another member, the lending period can be extended by the duty librarian.

We have a Lending Section of approximately 1200 books and a Reference Section which has approximately 3,500 books.
The library is a public library and as such anyone, male or female, can come into and use the library. The only restriction is that only members can borrow books etc.

You do not have to be a freemason to be able to volunteer in the library. Anyone, male or female, who can reguarly commit to at least 2 to 3 hours a week can become a volunteer. Full

The most recent additions to the library's holdings, up to 25 November 2009.

* Order of the Secret Monitor – Supplementary History 1994 – 2009. By J.T. Ruxton
* United Grand Lodge

The MoF Masonic Library has many Lectures or research papers in various subjects. All lectures available online can also be found via the search bar.

If you are looking for a specific

You have to be a freemason to become a member of the library. If you are a freemason go to and complete the joining form on this website. The joining form can be found under the heading,  "questions".

Whilst anyone can come in and read the books in the library only members can borrow books from the leneding section of the library.  Books can be borrowed in person, over the telephone