An Icelandic cultural festival known as Þorrablót was held in the main ballroom, affording a great view of the space in use.
A wide view of our Ballroom and stage being prepared for an event.
The Main Lodge Room
Endicott Hall is our primary Lodge room, used by the five Lodges in the building along with various other events and meetings of regional Freemasonry.
The front of the building during a Massachusetts-wide Masonic Open House day.
Lodge Entrance Hallway
The entrance hallway leading to both main Lodge rooms on the second floor is the home to our portrait collection of many Masons who were or are influential to Cambridge Masonry. There is also a small subset of our artifacts collection, here.
Balcony of Endicott Hall
The Balcony and back of the room in Endicott Hall, our primary Lodge room.
The floorplan for the second floor is part of our historic archive of documents relating to the building and Masonry in Cambridge.
Winter in Cambridge
Even in the winter, the Lodges and rental events in the building are in full swing!
Our curator maintains a vast collection of Masonic artifacts from around the area's Lodges and related bodies. This picture was taken during a cleaning and re-sorting of the archives. A rare glimpse, indeed!
The main lobby and staircase in 1912
The Cambridge Masonic in 1919, just 9 years after its construction!
Ballroom and Stage
The basement Ballroom and stage which is our rental space for private events and meetings.
Front Door Glass
The glass sign over the front door.
Charity Lodge Dinner
A "Table Lodge" is a meal and Masonic Lodge meeting all in one. They are usually held to celebrate events such as anniversaries of Lodges or to honor important members. The tradition goes back to the dawn of Freemasonry when meetings were held in dining halls and taverns.