The George Washington Masonic National Memorial

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The George Washington Masonic National Memorial was built in the 1920s by the more than two million American Freemasons who wished to “express in durability and beauty the undying esteem of the Freemasons of the United States for him in whose memory it shall stand throughout the coming years.” This impressive building with its magnificent 17-foot bronze statue of George Washington towers high above Alexandria is provides a diverse set of impressive facilities for public and private functions complete with a variety of furnishings and amenities.

Grand Masonic Hall: Our recommended space for receptions and other large social events. The room is flanked by eight massive columns of beautiful, polished granite.


  • Reception – 250
  • Seated Dinner with dance floor – 150
  • Banquet – 190
  • Theater – 200

Memorial Theater: This beautifully-appointed room in classic amphitheater style is perfect for formal presentations, graduations, seminars, speaking engagements and music and drama performances.


  • Permanent Seats – 358
  • Temporary Seats – 100

For a complete list of available spaces and capacity info, please visit the Facility Rental page of our website.