A neo-classical wedding venue in Springfield, Ohio, Springfield Masonic Center has been hosting beautiful events since 1927. The space was designed by architect Howard Dwight Smith and still maintains its 1920's ambience, even through recent construction and changes.
Facilities and Capacity
Springfield Masonic Center can seat up to 350 guests for a ceremony and reception. The main floor ballroom features hardwood floors, a stage for your DJ/band and access to a catering kitchen. The building itself is very classic looking and will enable you to personalize the space to your wedding theme.
This venue provides a long list of trusted and preferred vendors, including catering, wedding planning, overnight accommodations and restaurants. The rental of the ballroom includes banquet tables and chairs, access to the stage, use of the parlor as a preparation room or lounge and audiovisual equipment.
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Recommended by 84% of couples
Michael & Molly Ray · Married on 11/18/2017
Excellent Wedding Venue
We looked at a lot of venues throughout Springfield when we started planning our wedding. Dealing with Jim and Marty we knew right away there were no hidden costs and that they were honest people. They made our reception planning a breeze and truly wanted it to be a night of celebration. The Masonic Center let us choose our own caterer and DJ and they also set up the tables and chairs so all we had to do was decorate and show up. The Masons have a wonderful, classic venue at an affordable price and we’re awesome to work with! We really appreciated all of their effort to make sure we had a great reception!Sent on 01/01/2019
Kamryn Beaver · Getting married on 05/30/2020
Well, I didn’t actually choose this venue. However, I did tour it. Marty was our tour guide and was a great guy! First things first, this place is in a VERY bad part of town. He recommended not to be outside of the building after 10pm. Also, there is NO AIR CONDITIONING- so summer weddings are basically an oven. On top of this, the place is supposedly haunted with a little girl who died in the ballroom and you can see her walking around every now and then. There is also “the boiler man” who supposedly tried to push Marty into the convey belts of the bowling alley in the basement. This “man” also is known for shoving women down the stairs to the basement kitchen. Overall, Marty did not sell this place well at all. It is a BEAUTFIUL piece of artwork and is very vintage and eye catching. However, beauty only goes so far with all of these weird issues.... VERY reasonably priced as well.Sent on 02/18/2019