Freemasons Hall (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Molesworth Street, Dublin. Information: 01-6761337
Newest Review: ... on the Dublin Freemasons of the time. The Grand Lodge Room itself is adorned with full life-sized portraits of past Grand Masters, all lavishly framed in gilt frames, and each with their own coat of arms above. One such portrait is of Edward, Prince of Wales, who visited the Hall in 1871, and was made a Grand Patron of Irish Freemasonry. In this room also is the ceremonial chair. This is ... more
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by - written on 20/09/01, updated on 20/09/01 (Very useful, 9240 readings)
~ ~ The Freemason’s Hall is situated in Molesworth Street in the centre of Dublin, only a stone’s throw from the back gate to the Dail (Houses of Parliament) and from the main shopping street in Dublin, Grafton Street. ~ ~ Freemasonry officially came to Ireland way back in 1723, when the first Grand Lodge of Freemasons was formed by a ‘hundred gentlemen’ in the Yellow Lion pub in Werburgh Street. For the next 143 years they moved around somewhat. In 1811 they met in the Assembly Rooms in South William Street, then moved in 1822 to 19, Dawson Street, which is now the Royal Irish Academy. 1829 saw a downturn in their fortunes, as ... Read the complete review
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