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Seattle Freemasons formed Queen Anne Masonic Lodge in 1921 by a charter issued by the Grand Lodge of Washington. Our members carry on the traditions of the most ancient and active fraternity in the world from the top of Queen Anne Hill in Seattle.
Freemasons are an ancient and global fraternity, dedicated to building up society through fostering the promotion of every moral and social virtue in men.
This website is designed to be a resource for anyone in the world interested in Freemasonry. We try to inform people about what a masonic lodge is, and how it operates, and to set straight myths about our group. Explore our site and learn who we are, how freemasonry works and how our entire organization is run. Our site is about far more than just Seattle Freemasonry. Visit our Learn section where we hope we can answer your questions. For sense of the more active part of Freemasonry. Check out our blog for writing on everything from our events to member’s personal thoughts.
Seattle Freemasons are old as the city itself. We coming from all walks of life to gather together as brothers at Queen Anne Masonic Lodge. Seattle Masonry in general, and our Lodge in particular is experiencing a renaissance of public interest in Freemasonry. The masons in our lodge are young and energetic. We host open social events multiple times per month, while also spear heading the perfection of ritual work and advancement and education and knowledge throughout the rest of the district and Washington as a whole.
Freemasons in Seattle are all more than willing to talk with anyone interested about the fraternity. The doors at Queen Anne Masonic Lodge are always open. Whether your interest be for fellowship, understanding, curiosity, or you would simply like to use our building, everyone is welcome.
Our building is not exclusively for Seattle Masons. We make our Lodge available to the public to Rent. Please contact us if you are interested in viewing it. If you’re interested in making a reservation renting today, click here.
Contact UsWe look forward to hearing from you. (If you prefer to email us directly you may address it to mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org Main (206) 284-7960 Rent (206) 683-3288