Grand Lodge of Montana Museum and Library - Helena

The Grand Lodge Office, Museum and Library were built on a former placer mining claim, the cornerstone was laid on July 18, 1936. Since that time the Library and Museum have enjoyed a growth and patronage that distinguishes it as respectable museum and library with collections of Masonic items, books and manuscripts. Some of the many valuable and historic items on display within the Masonic Grand Lodge Museum include the Masonic apron of Brother Meriwether Lewis, the hand written manuscript of Paris Pfouts (the first mayor of Virginia City) and Olaf C. Seltzer's depiction of the first recorded Masonic meeting in Montana on Mullan Pass.

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
425 North Park
Helena,  MT 59624

Phone: 406-442-7774
Fax: 406-442-1321

The Grand Lodge Museum is located 2 blocks south of the Helena Civic Center on Park Avenue.

All Year

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Not Available

Walk-Ins Welcome

Parking, Public Restroom, Registered Historic Site, Tour, Unescorted Tour

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