The Grand Lodge of Scotland, Freemasons' Hall
The Grand Lodge of Antient and Accepted Masons of Scotland is the governing body of Scottish Freemasonry, founded in 1739 and headquartered in Freemasons' Hall, 96George Street, Edinburgh.
The historic, elegant building is steeped in the history of Scottish Freemasonry throughout the world.
Feel free to enjoy the grand design of Freemasons' Hall with its elegant stairway under beautiful gilded dome and the spectacular Grand Hall. Visit our unique library and museum of Scottish freemasonry and the history of the role of The Grand Lodge of Scotland, and its Continuing work, within communities in Edinburgh, Scotland and Internationally.
Full access to the entire 'public areas' of our building - including the Grand Hall, the Grand Committee Room, the Museum and Library - No booking required.
Where to find us
- Freemasons' Hall
- 96 George Street
- EH2 3DH
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