Renovated and extended, the freemasonry museum, located in the premises of the Grand Orient de France in Paris, has been open to the public again since Thursday. This museum displays hundreds of Masonic objects - badges, aprons, paintings, as well as a collection of 18th century masonic-decorated earthenware. According to an official from the Grand Orient, this museum aims to explain what Freemasonry really is and to twist certain fantasies. It also presents the contribution of lodges to the history of France for three centuries in the fields of philosophy and politics, but also literature, art and religion. Museum of Freemasonry, 16 rue Cadet 75009 Paris.