- Freemasons’ Hall
- Great Queen Street
- WC2B 5AZ
From outside London
Catch a train from virtually anywhere in England to Victoria Station. Make your way from Victoria Station to the adjacent Victoria Underground Station and take the Victoria Line towards either Seven Sisters or Walthamstowe Central, getting off at Green Park. (2 minutes). Transfer to the Picadilly Line towards Cockfosters or Arnos Grove and travel to Covent Garden. (4 minutes). Walk from Covent Graden to Freemasons’ Hall. See below.
London Underground (Tube)
On the Picadilly line, travel to Covent Garden station then walk up Long Acre, crossing Drury Lane, to the main entrance of Grand Lodge on the corner of Great Queen Street and Wild Street, directly in front of you. The total distance is about 320 metres.
On the Central line, travel to Holborn station, then walk south down Kingsway for about 250 metres and turn right into Great Queen Street. Continue to the main entrance on your left about another 100 metres further on.
There are numerous bus routes from all over London with stops near to Freemasons’ Hall.
Although a London Taxi is the most expensive form of transport in London, for those who have difficulty walking it may be the easiest method of getting to Freemasons’ Hall. Any London Taxi driver will know exactly how to get there and will drop you right at the door.