List of Masonic buildings identifies notable buildings around the world that were constructed by Masonic bodies, were converted to Masonic purposes by the fraternity, or that have some other strong association with Freemasonry. Masonic buildings in the United States are listed at List of Masonic buildings in the United States
Often these buildings are formally named or popularly referred to as "Masonic Halls", "Masonic Centers", or "Masonic Temples". Another common term for such buildings is "Masonic Lodge", however some would reserve use of this term to refer to the local chapters that meet within the buildings, and not to the buildings themselves.
Many buildings that were built to house Masonic lodge meetings and ritual activities are now regarded as landmarks. In other cases, Masonic bodies converted existing landmark buildings to Masonic use. Many buildings of both types are now listed on heritage registers.
Buildings built or used by Masonic bodies 
Notable buildings built by Masonic bodies, or extensively used for Masonic purposes, are grouped by country.
Masonic Memorial Temple in Brisbane
- Bendigo Masonic Hall, now The Capital - Bendigo's Performing Arts Centre, Bendigo
- Freemasons' Hospital, Melbourne
- Collingwood United Masonic Temple, Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia 
- Crewswick Masonic Centre, Victoria, Australia
- Dallas Brooks Centre, Melbourne Home of United Grand Lodge Victoria (UGLV). 
- Ivalda Masonic Temple, Darebin, Victoria, Australia
- State House, St. George's - The oldest stone building in Bermuda, it housed Bermuda's Parliament from 1620 until 1815, when the capital was relocated to Hamilton. Since 1815 it has been leased in perpetuity to a Masonic Lodge.
Hong Kong 
- Zetland Hall is the headquarters of the District Grand Lodge of Hong Kong and the Far East. Hong Kong Freemasons built the first Zetland Hall in 1865 and used it until it was destroyed in an air raid in 1944. In 1949 it was replaced by the second Zetland Hall.
The 324-year-old Goshamahal Baradari is considered by the Freemasons as a precious monument with its massive, majestic balustrades, walls adorned by portraits and photographs of Freemasons in their regalia and an equally lavish banquet hall, all being awe-inspiring sights. Now the oldest Masonic temple in the country, the Baradari has nine Masonic lodges and chapters meeting inside its imposing interiors.
Freemasonry, said to be among the "world's oldest secular fraternal societies," is based on the "principles of fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man" and has a member list that boasts of names like Justice Devender Gupta, several nawabs of the Nizam's era, Nawab Salar Jung Bahadur, Maharaja Kishen Pershad, Raja Venkata Ram Reddy and several others.
Sri Lanka 
United Kingdom 
- The building used by Lodge Mother Kilwinning Kilwinning, Ayrshire, consecrated in 1893, includes a museum of Masonic artefacts. The lodge traces its history to the building of Kilwinning Abbey, circa 1140. The current lodge building replaced a lodge building that was erected in 1779.
- Pollokshields Burgh Hall in Glasgow, meeting place for Lodge Pollok, Pollokshields No. 772.
United States 
The majority of notable Masonic buildings having separate articles in Wikipedia are in the United States, and are tabulated separately.
See also 
- ^ William D. Moore (2006), Masonic temples: Freemasonry, Ritual Architecture, and Masculine Archetypes, University of Tennessee Press. ISBN 1-57233-496-7, ISBN 978-1-57233-496-0.
- ^ Sydney Masonic Centre
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- ^ Lodge Devotion 723. "Collingwood United Masonic Temple Trust – A Brief History". Retrieved 15 March 2012.
- ^ "Abbotsford Hall Hire".
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- ^ Melbourne Masonic Centre
- ^ "United Grand Lodge Victoria". UGLV. Retrieved 19 March 2012.
- ^ "Ivalda Masonic Temple". Fairfield Lodge No. 254. Retrieved 15 March 2012.
- ^ Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Structures web page on the building
- ^ a b "Dufferin Hall".
- ^ Information, Zetland Lodge website, accessed July 23, 2010
- ^ History of Zetland Hall, Zetland Lodge website, accessed July 23, 2010
- ^ Masonic Lodge and Picquet Tank, Secunderabad, British Library, accessed September 1, 2010
- ^ Goshamahal Baradari Masonic Hall
- ^ History of the Masonic Temple building in Penang, Prince of Wales Lodge Accessed, 1 Sept 2010
- ^ Amar Guriro, Renovation of the historical Freemason Lodge initiated, Daily Times (Pakistan), January 4, 2009
- ^ "Freemasons’ Hall". United Grand Lodge of England. 2002-2010. Retrieved 23 August 2010.
- ^ "Masonic Hall". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 7 October 2010.
- ^ The Cloisters on English Heritage's Listed Buildings Online website
- ^ "The Hanging Chapel". Images of England. Retrieved 2006-11-06.
- ^ "The Hanging Chapel and a medieval gateway at The Hill [No:33713]". Somerset Historic Environment Record. Somerset County Council. Retrieved 2009-07-07.
- ^ FS_1574
- ^ "Chapel at Rickmansworth Masonic School". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 7 October 2010.
- ^ Mother Kilwinning History, Mother Kilwinning Lodge website, accessed August 31, 2010