On September 30, 1925, the dedication of the Madison Masonic Center was headlined in the Wisconsin State Journal. Designed by Madison architects James R. and Edward J. Law, the Masonic Center is an official state and local landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (Read more by clicking here.)
Today, this landmark building continues to house the activities of Freemasonry and is also available to the community as a downtown resource for events and meetings.
For additional information, please reach out to the Harlem Renaissance at (608) 239-0921
Home to the Dyslexic Center Madison Office
Additions or corrections to this website can be sent to MMCFWebsiteUpdates@madisonmasoniccenter.org.
Whether you're planning a business meeting, wedding reception, banquet, or benefit the Madison Masonic Center has what you need. Our caterer provides menus that can be customized to your specific needs as well as your budget. And we have a variety of rooms to suit your needs.
The Madison Masonic Center is Handicap Accessible via the Johnson Street entrance.
We are located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and E. Johnson Street, just two blocks North of the Capital Square in Madison.
Our parking lot is located behind the building and is accessible from E. Johnson Street.
Mail can be sent to:
Madison Masonic Center
301 Wisconsin Avenue
Madison WI 53703
Contact Lisa Zimmerman, Events Manager, for more information on our facilities.
Phone (608) 256-5734
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Paul Toepfer Photography
Help us keep our historical building looking great! To donate to the MMCF, please
contact our office at 608-256-5734, firstname.lastname@example.org, mail us at 301 Wisconsin Ave. Madison, WI 53703.
Thank you for your assistance in keeping our building healthy!