The Washington Masonic Memorial
The Washington Masonic Museum is located in Fredericksburg, Virginia because the Fredericksburg Lodge No. 4 was the lodge which Washington first joined. The building was erected in the 1700's.
Washington Masonic Museum
Beginning in 1911, the initial concept for the Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia was begun, with the cornerstone being laid in 1923.
View of Memorial from rear and observatory
Marble plaques in main entrance
The building is over 9 stories tall and houses this bronze statue of Washington in the garb of his Masonic apron in the rotunda. The influence of ancient Egypt and the Bible is seen in the paintings on the walls.
Statute of Washington and Wall paintings
Within these small recessed rooms are coins with the stamped impression of each Lodge in the United States.
Wall painting Ark of the Covenant
The Shriner's Rooms
Past Shriners The King of Hawaii, Presidents of Mexico