History in the Heart of Philadelphia
The Masonic Temple in Philadelphia was constructed in 1873. It has been called one of the great “wonders” of the Masonic world. Adorned with some of the finest artifacts of Freemasonry and magnificent lodge rooms based on themes of the ancient architectural world, the Masonic Temple connects us with our past by outwardly displaying our Masonic traditions and values.
Located within the Temple is the Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania, which houses thousands of texts and artifacts relating to the history of the Fraternity in the Commonwealth and the founding of our great nation.
- Tuesday through Friday – 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. & 3 p.m.
- Saturday – 10 a.m., 11 a.m. & 12 Noon.
No tours are provided on Sundays or Mondays, major holidays, when Masonic functions are taking place or during emergencies. Advanced notice requested for large group tours. Due to private events, tours may not always be given. Please call prior to your planned visit to confirm that a tour will be given on the day of your choice.
For information regarding room rentals at the Masonic Temple, please call Trish Oakley at 215-988-1917.
- PA Masons (with Dues Card) – Free
- Active Military and Children (under 5) – Free
- Adults – $15.00
- Students (with ID) – $10.00
- Children (12 & under) – $5.00
- Senior Citizens (65 & Over) – $10.00
- Family (up to 6 people) – $35.00
- Groups (Advanced Reservations-15 or more) – $10.00
- Library and Museum Only – $7.00
- Library Research Fee (per hour) – $30.00