We welcome you to contact us about Masons’ Hall. Masons’ Hall is an historic building located in Richmond’s Shockoe Bottom District. It’s cornerstone was laid at about the same time as Virginia’s Capitol Building and by the same group of people: Virginia Freemasons.
The American War Between the States literally passed by the front steps of Masons’ Hall, and the building was spared from destruction by the retreating Confederate Army as the city of Richmond fell to the Union Army in 1865.
Visited by such important people as Edmund Randolph, America’s First Attorney General, the Marquis de Lafayette and his son George Washington de Lafayette, and the Virginia Delegation to the Constitutional Convention, Mason’s Hall stands proudly as a monument to the founding fathers of America.
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Masons’ Hall | 1807 E. Franklin St. | Richmond, VA 23223