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Musée de la franc-maçonnerie, Paris

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4.2/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • An informative, great Museum and who raises the veil on a society of men founded in 1717 and who since radiates through the world. You will do an initiation around beautiful showcases, you will meet the former Grand Master, Voltaire, Lafayette or even Jérôme Bonaparte County of Clermont. Guided tours are organized for you to discover the temples of the Grand Orient of France including an individual who is the ancient Grimaldi Palace Ballroom. I speak knowingly to be one of the many guides/lecturers. A must see!
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  • When we see the strong attractive pub on expo dates and masonry and that one. This visit, we have an idea of the infinite! I went with my daughter very curious and motivated to discover. The Templar part can be done in 4 minutes without missing much. It's borderline outrageous to advertise on this topic. It was not worth even the subway ticket. Mason Frank part, expo permanent, is more interesting, but deserves no more than a slight detour when we think about all that, he might he have. So to avoid unless you pass and admission is free.
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  • Missing just one part on the esotericism of the chivalry masonry, symbolic legacy of chivalry. Take the ticket matched with the expo of the BNF on Freemasonry.
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  • I hope more. But it is interesting.
  • Nice collection but little explanatory visit. Beautiful pieces, a comparative timeline handy to locate the links between free - masonry and history. Nevertheless, it is a shame not to explain the forms of Masonic rites in outline and show the organisation contributions in different areas. The Museum evokes the Masonic symbolism without making demonstration: an explanatory cartel for one of the exhibits of the Museum would be welcome. Tours can enrich exposure, which might suffice to itself.
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  • Nice
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  • I loved it, it feels good. Very informative beautiful parts. And explain very well .repond with any questions.
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  • Very beautiful pieces and an exhibition very interesting to learn a little more about this particular organization.
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