The Provincial Grand Lodge of Nottinghamshire

I’ve previously written about the Freemasons Grand Lodge on Goldsmith Street, Nottingham however I recently attended an organ recital inside and was able to take some photos of one of the halls and of the small museum as well.

The building in Goldsmith Street was completed in 1881 and enlarged in 1931. It was severely damaged during the Blitz on 8 May 1941 when a German bomb hit the centre of the building and the front of the building needed extensive repairs to stop it collapsing completely.

As you can see the hall was very impressive, with some pretty details,

not to mention the impressive sounding organ.

The museum also held several interesting artefacts, tracing depictions of Freemasonry through pottery and jewellery.

You can find more photos here.

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