The stunning Freemasons Hall in Leicestershire, England (pronounced "Lester") opened its doors to the public on November 13th for an annual open house. Built as two houses in the 19th century, the Masons purchased the properties in 1909 and combined them into the large Masonic hall that is home to many lodges. The plain white facade hides a stunning interior. The vaulted-ceilinged Holmes Lodge Room is truly breathtaking.
|Holmes Lodge Room|
The story appeared on the LeicestershireLive website HERE.
In addition to the main lodge room, there are several others throughout the building used by the many blue lodges in the Leicestershire and Rutland area.