The Eau Claire Temple of Free Masonry has been the headquarters of the Eau Claire region Freemasons since its construction in 1927. This historic building was designed by renowned architect, Edward G. Hancock, specifically to provide facilities for the Masonic Activities. This 47,000 square foot Classic Revival style building is faced with white Indiana limestone with most floors of terrazzo. It contains the auditorium, wardrobe, a grand ballroom, small dining room, commercial kitchen, classroom, offices, three lounges, and two Symbolic Lodge rooms. In today’s dollars it would cost $11,750,000 to replicate this building. It has been designated by the Eau Claire Landmarks Commission as a historical landmark in the City of Eau Claire and by the U.S. Department of the Interior in 1988 to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This historic building is owned by a separate non-profit corporation managed by an 18 member board of directors in which 3 trustees each from the three Eau Claire lodges, the two York Rite Organizations and the Valley of Eau Claire Scottish Rite serve as directors.
Historic Eau Claire Masonic Temple
Office Hours 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday Through Friday
We’re are Located at: 616 Graham Ave, Eau Claire 54701