Join one of our tours and learn more about the building.
The Ann Street Masonic Memorial Centre is one of Brisbane’s little-known heritage treasures.
Although many walk past the imposing four-storey columns of the exterior, few except Freemasons have been inside to see the stunning interior, so evocative of the 1930s.
In addition to the fascinating Grand Hall, the building features an Urn of Remembrance, the Ian W. Maddox Memorial Library and Museum, and a range of Freemasonry memorabilia. The clock in the Grand Hall was carved in the 1890s and the organ is the fifth largest in Queensland.
Over recent years, the building has been open once a year as part of Brisbane’s Open House but we also invite those who are interested in guided tours - tours are available on Fridays at 2pm, walk-ins welcome.
For more information please phone (07) 3229 3533.
Public: $10.00 per person payable on arrival | Freemasons: Free