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Niagara Masonic Hall

The Masonic Lodge was one of the first buildings erected after the town was surveyed in 1791.  The role of the lodge was of importance to the infant community, as it was used for church services, agricultural society meetings and was the site of the opening of the first session of the first Parliament of Upper Canada.

The original lodge was burned in 1813.  The new building, erected on the site in 1816, was used as a store, a school and military barracks until the 1870s when the freemasons bought the barracks and refitted it, thus returning to their original site.

Hours of Operation

Not open to the public, except for the Doors Open festival.

Further Information

Doors Open Niagara: www.doorsopenniagara.com/notl/notl_mh.htm

Niagara Falls Library General Photograph Collection: www.nflibrary.ca/nfplindex/show.asp?b=1&ref=oo&id=95996



Niagara Masonic Hall
153 King Street
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
L0S 1J0



GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.25589180310
Longitude -79.07010578670
UTM easting 656650
UTM northing 4791040


W. Bro. Blair A. Yauch
District Secretary
Niagara Masonic Hall
153 King Street
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
L0S 1J0
Tel 905-468-0386
Toll free www.niagaramasons.com
Email niagaraadistsec@cogeco.ca

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