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The Masonic Order is well known for the support and financial assistance it provides not only to its membership, but also to a wide range of charities. Medical projects, community minibuses, accommodation for those in need, and educational bursaries are just some of our long established and ongoing beneficiaries.
Refurbished in 2007, Freemasons' Hall, Belfast, is an undiscovered jewel of the architectural and social heritage of Belfast. It is of great local interest, with many of the city’s forefathers immortalised in its records, and it has borne witness to many significant events spanning three centuries.
Since 1878, Freemasons' Hall, Belfast, has also hosted the Donegall Club, one of the oldest clubs in Ireland, named after the Marquees of Donegall.
Centrally located in the historical heart of Belfast (in 1798, Henry Joy McCracken, a mason and United Irishman was hanged in adjacent Corn Market), and now the gateway to the spectacular Victoria Square shopping development, Freemasons’ Hall, Belfast, was originally designed and built by Sir Charles Lanyon, renowned architect of Queen’s University and many other landmark buildings.
Freemasons' Hall Arthur Square Reconstruction 2009, including the Spirit of Belfast
Freemasons’ Hall, Arthur Square is available to a broad range of groups and organizations for corporate events, meetings, large and small social gatherings, etc., and offers a key address for collection box distribution, survey collation and much more…
A choice of three function rooms, a board room and modern kitchen will suit a wide variety of requirements, and full access to all areas within the Hall will make your visit a unique and memorial occasion.
If you are seeking a unique, centrally located venue with modern facilities and a unique ambience – look no further than this very special location!