Tour the Masonic Temple

On-Site Tours

The Masonic Temple in Philadelphia was constructed in 1873. It is considered one of the great “wonders” of the Masonic world. Resplendent with artwork, frescos, stained glass, murals and sculpture, it is a visual treasure just waiting to be discovered by the public. It connects both Masons and non-Masons alike to an inspirational world of art and architecture, history and grandeur. In addition, there is an exhibit hall, featuring a wide assortment of treasures from Philadelphia’s, America’s and Freemasonry’s past.

On-site, guided tours are conducted by knowledgeable staff.

One hour tours are offered Wednesday – Saturday, 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. No tours on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and major holidays, or when Pennsylvania Masonic functions or special events are happening.

For information on closures and shortened tour times, check The Masonic Temple in Philadelphia Facebook page.

Plan Your Visit

We are within walking distance of many Philadelphia hotels and attractions such as Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia City Hall, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and LOVE Park.

If you are driving into Philadelphia, convenient parking can be found at the Convention Center Parking Facility.

The new 540-car parking garage is adjacent to the recently expanded Pennsylvania Convention Center and just steps from the Masonic Temple, Criminal Justice Center, City Hall, Municipal Services Building, Market Street office buildings, hotels, restaurants and more. It offers convenient entrances on Juniper and Arch Streets and easy access to and from I-676, I-95 and I-76. The garage is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

ADMISSION TYPE ADMISSION FEE
Pennsylvania Mason with Dues Card FREE
Non-Pennsylvania Mason $10
Active Military and Veterans (with ID) FREE
First Responders FREE
Children Under 5 FREE
Adults $15
Students with ID $10
Children 12 & Under $5
Senior Citizens 65 & Over $10
Family (up to 8 people) $35
Column 1 Value 11 Column 2 Value 11

Take a Glimpse Inside