The Grand Lodge Museum and Library preserves the history of Ohio Freemasonry through a collection of rare and unique Masonic artifacts, memorabilia, and publications of the past. It is located in Rickly Commons on the Springfield Campus of the Ohio Masonic Home, near the Grand Lodge office. The Museum and Library are managed by the Grand Secretary, and the collections are curated by the Grand Historian.
Visiting the Museum
The museum is open by appointment. Visitors can arrange for a visit by contacting the Grand Lodge office. The Grand Lodge also maintains a 19th Century Lodge Room at Ohio Village in Columbus, a project of the Ohio History Connection.
Gifts and Donations
Gifts of historic interest are accepted, subject to approval from the Grand Secretary. Donors are encouraged to contact the Grand Lodge to discuss proposed donations. Financial gifts are also welcome and help with the preservation and exhibition of the collection.