Liverpool Masonic Hall

Andrew Anderson
Liverpool Masonic Hall.
Liverpool Masonic Hall. Image courtesy of Rodhullandemu/ Wiki Commons.

Liverpool Masonic Hall is a Grade II listed building situated on Liverpool’s world-famous Hope Street.

Used as a lodge for Freemasons since 1857, the building is also used by a theatre company and drama academy. The building also offers a beautiful and well-equipped functions room for hire.

58 Sefton Rd, LitherlandLiverpoolL21 7PQ
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