Founded in 2008, the Denton Masonic Museum and Library a 5013C charity, and is home to an extensive collection of photographs; fine officer jewels; antique Masonic aprons, charts, and carpets; in addition to the largest and most comprehensive collection of rare books on Masonry.
These valuable books date back to the early 1800s. The museum is also home to many priceless documents including the Archives of Stanfield Lodge. Museum staff is available to give presentations on historical Masonic subjects to Lodges and other organizations. Additionally, the museum serves as a working lending library to the public.
Organizations that we have currently and previously partnered with include.
· Cumberland’s Family Services
· Veterans of North Texas
· Denton Boys Baseball
Located 316 West Highland Street, Denton, TX, the museum is open to the public by appointment.
If you would like to make a tax-free charitable donation, please click on the box below. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you.