This landmark of Freemasonry in Wisconsin is located in the heart of our state capital and has been a cultural and fraternal center for nearly a century. This unique facility captures the values of Wisconsin Freemasonry through the myriad of meaningful programs that take place everyday under its roof.
The three-story building with four colossal columns in its front facade has three main entrances set back from them. Designed by Madison architects James R. and Edward J. Law in 1915 and redesigned after World War I in 1922, It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It houses a large, 1200-plus seat auditorium and it’s venue has 7 rentable spaces along with a museum/library full of historical Masonic memorabilia.
The Center is home to the Annual Meeting of Wisconsin Free and Accepted Masons, the Madison Children’s Dyslexia Center, the Harlem Renaissance of Madison group, and multiple Masonic bodies (men’s and women’s groups) who believe in bettering one’s self and helping others.
Memories are made every day through Masonic programs, education, and family and community events. The Wisconsin Masonic Center (WMC) is operated by the Wisconsin Masonic Center Foundation, Inc. (WMCF). The WMCF is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt corporation. Your donations are welcome and will help maintain and preserve the pride and heritage of this historic building while allowing us to continue to serve our Masonic fraternity and the community.