Un musée à l’Orient de Paris
A museum in the Orient of Paris – Le grand Orient…. a masonic lodge in fact.
Le Grand Orient has hosted a museum for over a century, but most recently the site at 16 rue Cadet in the 9th arrondissement, was renovated and reopened with a much more coherent and refined presentation of lodge’s treasures, and dubbed Musée de France. The Ministry of Culture, the Région of the Île de France and The city of Paris all contributed to the renovation, and the doors were re-opened on February 11th 2010.
musée de la franc-maçonnerie
Siège du Grand Orient de France
16 rue Cadet
Tél : 01.45.23.43.97.
Métros : Cadet (ligne 7) ou Grands Boulevards (lignes 8, 9)
Open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 2pm to 6pm
(closed on Mondays, Sundays and holidays)
The museum will be closed from December 24 2010 to January 3rd 2011.
Entry : 6 €
reduced tariff (with justification) : 4 €
Seniors (over 60), students (under 26), subscribers of the association Léon Bourgeois and of the association : amis du musée, personnels du Ministère de la Culture.
Free (with justification) : under 18, unemployed in search of work, journalists, official guides, ICOM.
There are guided individual and group visits. See their website for more information.