Freemason’s Hall is a historic wedding venue located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The cornerstone of this beautiful building was laid in 1923, and was completed in 1926. It’s 10 stories high, and offers multiple indoor event spaces for both your ceremony and reception. Freemason’s Hall looks forward to making your wedding dreams come true.
Facilities and Capacity
Couples can accommodate up to 500 guests at this gorgeous banquet hall. Couples and their loved ones will enjoy the main floor which features a grand foyer and spacious Ballroom. Overlooking the 7,000-square-foot ballroom is a Mezzanine level that extends its seating capacity for grand affairs. You'll experience 20-foot ceilings, and beautiful features throughout. For your ceremony, you can say your “I do’s” in their lavish Auditorium. This unique space boasts a 1926 Estey Pipe Organ donated by the Bass family. It features 350 fixed seats, and an additional 200 on the main floor. While you and your spouse are busy taking pictures, your loved ones can relax in their Social Room. This fun space features WiFi, flat screen TVs, a ping pong and pool table.
This full-service venue is part of the National Register of Historic Places. Each event they hold, contributes to the preservation of the building for future generations to enjoy. Their experienced staff is dedicated to making your planning process go smoothly from beginning to end. They offer assistance with setup and cleanup, and will include the use of their tables and chairs in their rental fee. They have a list of recommended caterers you may choose from, or you can select your own upon approval. Additional services include:
In addition to hosting lavish affairs, Freemason’s Hall is also happy to accommodate intimate elopements. Additional events they will hold include:
This one-of-a-kind building was originally built in the 1920s as a monument to the ambitions of the fraternity. It was designed by Charles A. Weatherhogg, and was one of the largest structures on the Fort Wayne skyline. When it was constructed, over 10,000 members filtered through for various meetings, dances, dinners, and fraternal functions. It boasts four separate lodge rooms called the Corinthian Room, Ionic Room, Egyptian Room, and Colonial Room. They're still the largest lodge rooms in the state.
Recommended by 97% of couples
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Laura Hoffman · Getting married on 11/06/2019
We had a great experience at The Free Masons Hall! Not only is a beautiful hall but the people that work there are so nice and very informative. We had such a wonderful wedding here! The price was very affordable as well!Sent on 04/19/2019
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Brad Beauchamp · Married on 11/03/2018
Wedding Event Well done
Beautiful Historic Venue with so many different options for any event.Sent on 04/11/2019
Great space, located downtown near many hotels and after reception parties
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Emma Beauchamp-Leavell · Married on 11/03/2018
This place was PERFECT! Plus, if someone in your immediate family is a Mason then you get a discount which is nice when planning and paying for a wedding.Sent on 05/03/2019
I liked that the walls and pillars were white because we were able to add color with live places, decoration, design, and lighting!
Great space for a large reception, we did not feel cramped and we had 200-250 people attend. The tables were pre set for us which was wonderful all we had to do was give them an outline of what we wanted. They gave us the day prior and day after to do set up and final clean up.
Everyone there was wonderful go work with, plus many caterers have worked in this venue so they were able to come in and do there thing without any help from me which was stress free.
Great venue, great price, and it made for wonderful memories!