Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London
Dedicated in 1933 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in World War 1
Freemasons' Hall - The Grand Temple
(open to visits from the public)
A typical Lodge Room used for masonic meetings
Detail of the ceiling in the Grand Temple at Freemasons' Hall, London
Duke of Edinburgh Lodge No. 1259 is a Masonic Lodge which meets at Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, WC2, on the first Tuesday of February, April, June, and November (Installation).
The Duke of Edinburgh Lodge was founded in 1869 and named after Prince Alfred Ernest, the second son of Queen Victoria who was made Duke of Edinburgh in 1866.
Please explore our website where you will find information about Duke of Edinburgh Lodge and also Freemasonry in general, along with contact details.
If you are interested in joining Duke of Edinburgh Lodge and would like to talk to someone in person, or if you are a Freemason and would like to attend one of our lodge meetings as a visitor, please get in touch with us.