96 George Street
Freemasons’ hall is situated in the very heart of the Nation’s Capital. The present Freemasons’ Hall was built during 1911 – 1912, replacing an earlier building that had been on the site since 1858. The previous building was designed by the famous Scottish architect, David Bryce (who was a Freemason).
The grandeur and elegance of the venue rises 4 floors to the pinnacle of the building which is capped by a beautiful glass dome.
With stunning and unique features throughout, including Robert Burns’ and King George the Sixth’s Regalia the venue offers a truly unique experience for weddings of up to 250 guests, and corporate events of up to 520 delegates.
If you are interested in booking Freemasons’ Hall for your event, please complete our Booking Enquiry Form.