The dedicated Mark Masonry display at the Kent Museum of Freemasonry in Canterbury has been extended and enhanced.

Montage of Mark items at Kent Museum of Freemasonry

When Canterbury’s Kent Museum of Freemasonry was redeveloped in 2012, we were delighted that an area dedicated to the Mark and Royal Ark Mariner degrees was included. The museum has recently undergone an extensive facelift and the team have built on the existing displays with a new larger area dedicated to the Mark Degree.

Purpose built in 1933, this important Masonic resource displays more than 3,000 items of interest such as paintings, literature, regalia, glassware and ceramics covering all Masonic Orders, and is well worth a visit no matter what your interest or experience.

Open to all and located in the heart of Canterbury’s tourist route, you will find the Kent Museum of Freemasonry close to the Westgate Towers and a five minute stroll from the Cathedral. It is Arts Council Accredited and meets nationally agreed standards on collection care, museum management and provision of information and services to visitors. It is situated mid-way between Canterbury’s East and West mainline railway stations and less than an hour from St Pancras Intl. There is ample public car parking nearby and Park & Ride is also available around the city.