About the Erie Masonic Temple

Built in 1909, the Masonic Temple is one of the most architecturally distinguished buildings in the City of Erie. The original woodwork, plaster-relief ceilings, and marble-blocked corridors are unmatched in any other building in the city.

The Masonic Temple serves as the meeting place for several Masonic and related organizations, and also is an office building with many professional firms in residence.

The Lodge Room, Camelot Room and Grand Ballroom are available for rent to host your gala, wedding, reception, expo, or other elegant event.

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Image of a newly married couple outside the entrance to the Masonic Temple.

Erie Masonic Temple

  • Centrally located downtown
  • Ample covered parking nearby
  • Perfect for weddings, banquets, seminars and many other events