An Art Deco Masterpiece
Originally built as a peace memorial to honour the thousands of Freemasons who fought during the First World War, Freemasons’ Hall is the home of the United Grand Lodge of England.
One of the finest Art Deco buildings in London still used for its original purpose, Freemasons' Hall welcomes more than 200,000 people from across the world through its doors every year, including members visiting for meetings and guests attending special events.
Freemasons’ Hall was recognised as a 2020 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice award-winner. Award winners are known for consistently receiving great traveller feedback, placing them in the top 10% of hospitality businesses around the globe. Read all our reviews.
Freemasons’ Hall is open to the public from Monday to Saturday, with guided tours showcasing the architecture and history of the building, which comprises 22 Lodge Rooms, the Museum of Freemasonry, Letchworth’s Shop, Board and Committee rooms and administrative offices.
The building, which is listed Grade II*, has been updated over the past few years to enhance accessibility for disabled users. The main entrance into Freemasons’ Hall is on Great Queen Street. There are automatic doors leading into the building, and once inside our staff will be there to help you. We have wheelchairs, accessible toilets and an accessible lift all available for disabled people to use should they require them.
An in-demand venue, Freemasons’ Hall has featured in numerous Hollywood blockbusters and television programmes in recent years, including Spectre, Sherlock Holmes, Assassin’s Creed and Spooks.
Freemasons' Hall provides a magnificent setting for product launches, creative performances, receptions for up to 1,200 people, dinners and dances catering for 25-250 and conferences for up to 1,000 delegates.