Eboracum Lodge 1611
Eboracum lodge is the second oldest Masonic lodge in York founded in 1876. It is part of the history of York and part of its future.
Our outlook has always been broad from our contacts with American Lodges in the 1880’s to todays links with masonry and to other organisations within the city.
We have a diverse range of members justly proud of our reputation and who play an active part in the life of the lodge and in its participation in the life of York.
Recents initiatives include forming a link with the stonemasons working at York Minster, an annual carol service at All Saints church which is supported by the attendance of the Lord Mayor of York and the support of local charities.
The lodge meets the second Monday of each month in the centre of York and has its own free large on-site car park.
The Masonic Hall is easy to find in the center of York
Ample free parking when the lodge is open, for over 40 cars – learn more about the history of our car park click here
Well stocked, reasonably priced bar
The library also provides a space to hold small dinner parties
To aid access to the Lodge temple a chair lift is available.
Freemasonry is a multi-faith organisation
A tour of our beautiful lodge building please use the get in touch link below
The ceremonial banner for use in formal events
Our library contains memorabilia collected over the years together with reference material for research into our lodge and freemasonry.
The Master’s chair from which he conducts the business of the lodge
We are welcoming to and supportive of new members who can be assured of being part of a friendly and active group of Freemasons.