Behind The Scenes Tour: Masonic Temple

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Detroit Historical Society says
Dedicated November 25, 1926, this 1,037-room, 14-story building was unique among Masonic buildings because all of the various Masonic bodies were housed in the same structure. It has 12 million cubic feet of space, making it the largest and most complex building of its kind in the world. It includes seven Craft Lodge Rooms, each with different decorative treatments, the motifs of decoration being taken from the Egyptian, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Italian Renaissance, Byzantine, Gothic and Romanesque. The rooms are all true to the period. All of the artwork throughout the building, especially the beautifully decorated ceilings, was done under the personal direction of famous Italian artists. This tour is your chance to explore a truly unique Detroit landmark.
Call Rebecca Hope at 313.833.1801 for more information.
The Detroit Historical Society's New Behind the Scenes and Historic Houses of Worship tours will be available online to members on Monday, March 9, and the public on Monday, March 23. Detroit Historical Society member benefits include priority registration for all tours and programs.
Event updates are made quarterly each year in March, June, September, and December.
Ticket Prices
Member
$20
Guest
$30
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By: Detroit Historical Society

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