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Freemasonry is a fraternal organization whose membership is held together by a shared set of moral and metaphysical ideals. Groups of Freemasons are called lodges, while the buildings in which they meet are sometimes referred to as Masonic buildings, Masonic halls, Masonic temples, etc. These buildings may house the meetings of numerous Masonic lodges, as well as other Masonic groups such as Scottish Rite bodies or Knight Templar commanderies.

There are thousands of Masonic buildings around the world.

Most Masonic buildings in the United States were built between 1870 and 1930. American architects who designed them include Burnham & Root, Napoleon LeBrun, Osgood & Osgood, John Russell Pope, and John C. Austin.

Shrine mosques are related buildings that were built by the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (more commonly known as the Shriners), a group that is composed of men who are also Freemasons. Shrine mosques were erected in many American cities between 1906 and 1930.

The articles linked on this page are dedicated primarily to the buildings themselves and their history.

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Notable Masonic Buildings

Bermuda

Canada

United Kingdom

United States

  • Masonic Temple in New Jersey Mutuchen

Buildings on the National Register of Historic Places

Alaska

  • Masonic Temple (Fairbanks, Alaska)

Arizona

Arkansas

  • Masonic Temple (El Dorado, Arkansas)
  • Masonic Temple (Pine Bluff, Arkansas)
  • Mount Moriah Masonic Lodge No. 18, Lisbon, Arkansas

California

Colorado

  • Masonic Temple (Boulder, Colorado)

Connecticut

  • Masonic Temple Building (Denver, Colorado)
  • Masonic Temple (New Britain, Connecticut)

Florida

Georgia (U.S. state)

  • Chickamauga Lodge No. 221, Free and Accepted Masons, Prince Hall Affiliate, Chickamauga, Georgia

Idaho

  • Masonic Temple (Buhl, Idaho)

Illinois

  • Masonic Temple (Aurora, Illinois)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Maywood, Illinois)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Oak Park, Illinois)
  • AF and AM Lodge 687, Orangeville, Illinois
  • Masonic Temple Lodge No. 420, Oregon, Illinois
  • Granite City Lodge No. 877 ,Granite City , Illinois
  • Granite City Lodge Triple Lodge No. 835 ,Granite City , Illinois

Indiana

  • Masonic Temple (Evansville, Indiana)
  • Masonic Temple (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
  • Masonic Temple (Franklin, Indiana)
  • Masonic Temple (Muncie, Indiana)
  • Masonic Temple (West Lafayette, Indiana)
  • Masonic Temple (Decatur, Indiana)

Iowa

  • Masonic Temple Building (Stuart, Iowa)

Kansas

  • Masonic Temple (Salina, Kansas)
  • Arkansas Valley Lodge No. 21, Prince Hall Masons, Wichita, Kansas

Kentucky

  • Masonic Hall (Fisherville, Kentucky)
  • Masonic Temple (Paducah, Kentucky)

Louisiana

Maine

  • Masonic Hall (Augusta, Maine)
  • Masonic Temple (Belfast, Maine)
  • Masonic Temple (Portland, Maine)

Massachusetts

Michigan

  • Masonic Temple Building (Cadillac, Michigan)
  • Detroit Masonic Temple, the largest such Masonic Temple in the world
  • Masonic Temple Building (East Lansing, Michigan)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Kalamazoo, Michigan)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Lansing, Michigan)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Marshall, Michigan)
  • Masonic Temple (Port Hope, Michigan)

Minnesota

Mississippi

  • Masonic Temple (Meridian, Mississippi)

Missouri

  • Masonic Temple (Warrensburg, Missouri)

Montana

Nebraska

  • Masonic Temple (Lincoln, Nebraska)

New Hampshire

  • Masonic Temple (Manchester, New Hampshire)
  • Masonic Temple (Nashua, New Hampshire)
  • Masonic Temple (Laconia, New Hampshire)

North Carolina

North Dakota

  • Masonic Block (Fargo, North Dakota)
  • Masonic Temple (Grand Forks, North Dakota)

Ohio

  • Masonic Temple (Columbus, Ohio)
  • Masonic Temple (Kent, Ohio)
  • Masonic Temple (Mechanicsburg, Ohio)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Vermilion, Ohio)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Zanesville, Ohio)
  • Masonic Temple (Youngstown, Ohio)

Oklahoma

  • Masonic Temple (Atoka, Oklahoma)

Oregon

  • Masonic Temple (Pendleton, Oregon)

Pennsylvania

  • Masonic Temple (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania)
  • Masonic Temple (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • Masonic Temple (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is now Alumni Hall (University of Pittsburgh), contributing property
  • Masonic Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral (Scranton, Pennsylvania)

Rhode Island

South Dakota

Tennessee

Adamsville Masonic Lodge No. 338, Adamsville Tennessee

Texas

  • Masonic Building (Kerrville, Texas)

Vermont

  • Masonic Temple (St. Albans, Vermont)

Virginia

  • Masonic Temple (Richmond , Virginia)

Washington

Washington, D.C.

West Virginia

  • Masonic Temple (Fairmont, West Virginia)
  • Masonic Temple (Parkersburg, West Virginia)

Wisconsin

  • Masonic Temple (Appleton, Wisconsin)
  • Masonic Temple Building (Viroquoa, Wisconsin)

Wyoming

See also








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