The North Texas Masonic Historical Museum and Library was organized to preserve the complete history of Plano, Collin County, and North Texas for historical, educational, literary, scientific, and charitable purposes. This includes the history of the first Masonic Lodge in Plano, the current Masonic Lodge in Plano, other Lodges in Collin County and the North Texas area, their founders, officers, members, and their correlation and influence upon the communities history. Their mission encompasses the preservation of archives and collections and the research, exhibition, and interpretation of Masonic history and its effects on the development of Plano and the North Texas area.
Apart from special events, they are open to the public every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 12:30PM to 3:30PM (except holidays).
PH: (972) 646-3579