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The Montana Masonic Museum is a museum in Helena, Montana that is specifically focused on the history of the local chapter of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of Montana. It is located as a part of their active grand lodge in 425 North Park.

The Montana Masonic Museum is located on a former mining claim in the Last Chance Gulch area of the city. Construction of the site started in 1936 when its cornerstone was laid. From that time on, the museum was already operated by the Montana Masonic Foundation, Inc., which is a part of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Montana (est. 1866).

The museum has grown so much from its beginnings in the mid-1930s and is now a reputable museum and library. It contains several historic items related to the early days of the state and the role the Freemasons played in its development. There are also tons of Mason artifacts and photographs on display.
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