The Freemasons of Indiana welcome you…

Indiana Freemasons’ Hall has been an Indianapolis landmark since its construction in 1908-1909, and yet thousands of the city’s residents drive past it every day and never know what it is.

The Hall’s eight stories are the home to fifteen different Masonic lodges and associated organizations, including the Order of the Eastern Star, Allied Masonic Degrees, plus the Royal Arch, Cryptic Council and Knights Templar bodies of the York Rite.

Its 600 seat auditorium and its two ballrooms have recently been reopened to the public and the Hall has been the venue for the Indianapolis Jazz Choir and other local arts groups.

Indiana Freemasons’ Hall celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the laying of its Cornerstone on May 21, 2008, and celebrated the 100th Anniversary of its dedication on June 13, 2009.


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