Historical aprons from three centuries

Since the apron identifies a Freemason as such, he cannot be admitted to a lodge without it.

This year in Rosenau we are showing elaborately designed examples from the “Kloser Collection” in Krems, presented to the public for the first time together with historical aprons from the late 18th century.


The Tapis as a Work of Art

Since the 19th century, the work carpets displayed at ritual gatherings, which depict the symbols of Freemasonry, have been particularly artistically designed. Two such showpieces of artistic creativity are the two works by the renowned Austrian artists Adolf Frohner and Markus Prachensky, which can also be seen here in public for the first time.