Saturday 9 September:

10.00 to 1.30


Masonic Hall, 69 Beverley Road, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU3 1XL

Experience the unique setting and activities of the Masonic Hall, Beverley Road, Hull

The great Hull philanthropist Zachariah Pearson,originally financed and had built a Methodist Church with a schoolhouse at 69 Beverley Road, Hull. This magnificent church was sadly damaged during the 2nd World war along with many other buildings of note including the Masonic Hall in Osborne Street.

The Masonic Hall was beyond repair, however the school house attached to the Methodist church was readily able to be converted to the present Masonic Hall which houses those displaced from Osborne Street of different Craft Lodges and associated orders.

With splendid murals, Masonic furniture and regalia it is a sight to behold. However, the Main thrust of Freemasonry is about people - "Making good men better". Discover the tenets and principles by which we abide as a Brotherhood, our ceremonies, social events, engagement in the community, Charity and much more.

Integrity, Friendship, Respect and Charity our watchwords.

Booking Details

No booking required


Facilities for disabled people Ramp to the building. stair lift to the lodge room. Parking: free parking at lodge - register vehicle inside.

Organised by

Hull Heritage