The George Washington Masonic National Memorial provides a diverse set of impressive facilities for public and private functions complete with a variety of furnishings and amenities.
Our recommended space for wedding receptions and other large social or corporate events. The room is flanked by eight massive columns of beautiful, polished granite.
This beautifully-appointed room in classic amphitheater style is perfect for formal presentations, graduations, seminars, speaking engagements and music and drama performances (an intimate space for both performers and audience). The Theater has eight rows of tiered seating with additional seating or function space available on appx. 500 square-feet of parquet flooring. The Theater can be accessed from the first and second floors. NOTE: The Theater was the setting for the opening scene of National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets with Nicolas Cage, Jon Voight, and Ed Harris.
Our most impressive room featuring a massive, 17-foot bronze statute of George Washington; eight granite, Corinthian style columns; two gigantic murals by famous American artist Allyn Cox and six stained glass windows.
Designed in a medieval architectural style, this room features a stage with red velour curtains and balcony around three sides. This room is perfectly suited for Weddings, Seminars, Graduations, Speaking Engagements, and other events.
Located on our first floor near the north entrance, our carpeted conference room is an ideal location for many functions.
The perfect size for small group meetings and presentations, this room is rectangular in shape with an arched ceiling, soft lighting and carpeted floor.
Use of our parking lot is provided free of charge with the rental of space within the Memorial. The lot has capacity for 200 vehicles. The rental fee for the parking lot alone is $2,500 (free with room rentals).
Please see our Schedule of Charges for more details regarding all rental amounts and required deposits.
There is a charge of $500 for any rental that exceeds past 12 a.m.