Maryland Masonic Temple, Maryland

The marble room after the rehabilitation
The former Maryland Masonic Temple in Baltimore is perfectly suited to its new role as an elegant meeting and event center for a luxury hotel. Built in 1868 as Grand Lodge of Maryland, the building has the highest quality of finishes and a variety of large meeting spaces in many architectural styles to serve the Masons' rites and degrees.
Second floor lobby
The Temple was the fraternal order's headquarters for over 130 years. Now, after a nearly $20 million rehabilitation, the former Masonic Temple's many remarkable spaces welcome meetings for an adjacent hotel and offer unique venues for weddings and other celebrations.

Last updated: October 13, 2017