Founded in 1882 and designed by Alfred Waterhouse, who also designed the Natural History Museum, the National Liberal Club was created as a place to relax, unwind and socialise. “A home for democracy”, void of class distinction associated with “other” clubs, it was frequented not only by eminent statesmen but other classes shoulder to shoulder. Its cornerstone was laid in the same year by the then Prime Minister (and Freemason), William Gladstone. Progressive as it was, it was the first major London gentlemen’s club to admit women in the 1880’s. With spectacular architecture and design, based on the Italian Renaissance period, the building features many classic portraits and countless books in its sumptuous rooms and surroundings. It allows its members to relax and contemplate higher matters or perhaps masonic ritual!
Members of The Kent Club are welcome to invite Masonic guests to join us for a memorable evening at this fantastic venue. This could be the perfect opportunity to introduce other members of your Lodge to The Kent Club at this splendid location.
Join us at this fantastic location, steeped in history and located