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2 years ago
Very much a learning experience about a different (and yet similar to many things) belief system. I very much appreciated them opening their temple to the public. I love the practice of different faiths and belief systems sharing ideas and mutual ideas.
- Daniel M
7 months ago
I really like this place. I thought it was really great venue for the golf night that we attended. Unfortunately, I do have a movement disorder. Which means climbing up to the second story of the theater was really difficult for me. There were no lights for the staircase. The staircase was really confusing. At certain parts of the staircases there were no rails to hold on to. I'm really lucky that my friend was there to help hold on to me so I didn't fall down. If you have accessibility challenges like myself, I recommend coming early to figure out your seating situation.
- Morgan P
6 years ago
Very interesting! It was a cool experience to tour a Masonic lodge, and appreciated the transparency and openness of the members. If you have the opportunity to go, seize it!

Salt Lake Masonic Temple


Looking for a venue for a wedding, dance or any major event. We have an auditorium that seats up to 500 for your event be it a wedding or concert. Our Banquet Room is great for receptions or your catered dinner.  

Give us a call to setup a time to come by, look at our venue and get some pricing (385) 202-1922.

Located along South Temple, the egyptian faced building is the seventh home of Freemasonry in Salt Lake City, and is the current seat for the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Utah, the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite Orient of Utah, Grand York Rite Bodies for Utah, El Kalah Shrine, Grand Bodies for all the Masonic youth groups, and six Masonic Lodges. Completed in 1927 and Dedicated to Worshipful Brother George Washington, the building consists of several lounges, Great and Lesser Halls, a Banquet Room, Auditorium, four Lodge rooms, and administrative offices. Each room is adorned uniquely bringing to Salt Lake City artistic and architectural influences from Renaissance Italy, Colonial Virginia, Egyptian Temples, 14th Century English Courts, and Moorish Spain. The plans for the Temple began in the fall of 1920 when a small group of Salt Lake Freemasons met to discuss the feasibility of erecting a new Masonic Temple in the city. Their previous temple built in 1905 on the corner of Second East and First South Streets had been in constant use and the capacity of the building to handle the increasing membership and attendant usage was called into question. By 1925 the land had been purchased, and the details of interior furnishings were in the process of finalization.

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650 East South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84102

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Mon:8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tue:8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wed:8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thu:8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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