This building is a unique historical gem. Built in 1785 – 1787, Masons’ Hall at 1807 East Franklin Street is the oldest 18th century frame building with large public spaces in Virginia. The unusual heavy beam structure has been studied by architects and engineers. It is only open to the public a few times per year. Tour guides will be available and tour will leave every 30 minutes.
No reservations necessary, just stop on by!
Also, are you curious about Freemasonry?
What is a Freemason? What is Freemasonry? How do I become a Freemason? What do they do? At this event you can come and talk to Freemasons and find out more about the organization.
Check out our Lodge room, talk to the brothers, and learn about who Freemasons are and what we do.
Street parking around Shockoe Bottom is free and unlimited on Saturdays. There are also several pay lots in the area.