The first floor of the Masonic Temple features easy access from Congress Street, and offers two beautiful function spaces. The Scottish Rite Reading Room is perfect for cocktail parties and pre-dinner mingling surrounded by antique wood paneling and Masonic portraits. Down the hall, 20-foot doors open into the impressive Armory.
Surrounded by hundreds of Masonic Regalia lockers and featuring an original stained glass window depicting the Knights Templar and 20’ x 10’ mirror opposite the door, the Armory can seat up to 200 people with room for a dance floor.
The second floor features two large rooms of flexible function space. Boody Hall offers private space for meeting and smaller gatherings of up to 50. The grand Corinthian Hall features over 4,000 square feet of tremendous architectural detail, a 20 foot stained glass window, a working organ, and space for seating for up to 200 guests for meetings, concerts, and other large functions.
The Masonic Temple of Portland is located at 415 Congress Street in Portland, Maine. Designed and constructed by noted architect Frederic Thompson in 1911, the Temple is Portland’s finest example of early 20th century Beaux-Arts Classicism.
The Masonic Temple features elegant spaces for both intimate and large private functions. Filled with period millwork, painted plaster, original stained glass windows, antique chandeliers and furniture and extensive use of scagliola, a 17th century plaster technique that produces a marble-like finish on walls and floors.
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