At Freemasons’ Hall, inside the Grand Lodge of California temple in San Francisco, the past and future of Masonic lodge rooms collide.
At Santa Barbara No. 192, restoration of the ornate temple mirrors the revitalization happening inside the Masonic lodge.
There’s no missing the massive, Egyptian-inspired wall art known as the Raj Mahal, executed by Mason artist Raj Champieri, at Downey United No. 220.
These colorful Masonic destinations are on the must-see list of every Masonic traveler and admirer of the craft.
In 1909, a special delegation of California Masons set for Mexico City to deliver a world-famous Masonic traveling “Unity” trowel.
A road trip through Cuba reveals a thriving—and colorful—Masonic community full of eye-catching Masonic lodges.
The Masons moved out ages ago, but their aura remains at the Masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
The 18th century Benicia Masonic Hall, the oldest Masonic lodge in California, gets a 21st century makeover.
Celebrating one of the state’s most architecturally distinctive Masonic temples.
A historic Masonic temple in Vallejo finds new life as artists’ lofts.