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Ken Q wrote a review Feb 2020
Denver, United States646 contributions146 helpful votes
Some interesting things to see. Small but it's free. Part of the Free Masons Museum so it's a little confusing.
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Pikagirl59 wrote a review Dec 2018
34 contributions1 helpful vote
The museum is a little smaller than when I was last there as they moved some organizational offices to the location, but this is still an amazing place. I went to scope out a possible field trip for my class and was happy with what I found. Currently there are a number of maps drawn in England during the time of the Revolutionary War and some truly iconic American art. It’s free and a great way to learn about our history as a country. This will be a great way to wrap up my Revolutionary War unit and bridge into 1812 and Westward Expansion with my 5th graders. …
Date of experience: December 2018
1 Helpful vote
StLouis404 wrote a review Feb 2017
Atlanta, Georgia25 contributions1 helpful vote
Great library, great staff! Plenty of exhibits, more books than you have time for, interesting murals too. I had to leave early due to snow storm, but wish I had more time!
Date of experience: January 2017
120Inge120 wrote a review Oct 2016
Hanover, New Hampshire77 contributions34 helpful votes
This is a very nice museum and worth a visit. There were some gorgeous clocks, as well as a couple of other exhibits. Good parking and easy to find.
Date of experience: October 2016
Tracy F wrote a review Jul 2016
Boston, Massachusetts429 contributions138 helpful votes
When my children were small, we visited the Museum on a regular basis. It is small, but the exhibits were always interesting. The Masons have downsized the displays tremendously in the past few years, but it is still an interesting spot to visit.
Date of experience: May 2016