Built in the 1920s, the Freemasons’ Hall is the London headquarters of one of the world’s biggest fraternal organisations. Constructed in the Art Deco style which was popular in the 1920s and 30s, the building is as decadent as they come, with twisting staircases, irregular room shapes and more flourishes than you could count.
There is a museum within the building that is open to the public.
- 295 m from Holborn
- 307 m from Covent Garden
- 0.7 km from Leicester Square