It is the home of several Lodges and other Orders - please see our Lodges page for further details.
When it is not being used by Freemasons, it is available for hire to freemasons and their friends or family for private functions, such as Conferences, Social Events, Dances, Lunches and Community Events and can cater for up to 100 dining guests (64 if using round tables).
If you are interested in hiring the hall for your event, please see our Hall Hire page, or contact our Bookings Secretary. . You may also wish to view our Calendar to check the availability of your required date.
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If you are interested in finding out more about Freemasonry, or perhaps are looking to become a Freemason, feel free to contact the Gloucestershire Province to obtain further information.
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With its state-of-the-art bar, dining area and modern kitchen, we try to ensure that your function takes place smoothly and with every convenience.
We only use approved caterers and this list can be provided, if required (see the Contact page). Our bar staff will be on hand if required to ensure your guests are served efficiently and at sensible prices.
Depending on the dining format, up for 100 guests is possible, though in round table format this is limited to 64. To make an enquiry about a booking, please contact us.
We have car parking facilities nearby for about 15 cars, plus on-street parking in adjacent streets.
NOTE: Unfortunately, we are currently only able to offer the Hall for hire by freemasons or their associates ONLY. Bookings can be made for conferences, presentations, art exhibitions, tea-dances, and many other events. With the Tercentenary year approaching, the time is right to provide a unique view on the world of Freemasonry by organising an event that involves the local community.
Daytime and Weekend bookings are normally available, but the Hall is booked most Weekday evenings between September and May.
The Hall would welcome any suggestions from any Freemasons with bright ideas on how the Hall can be used to support the Tercentenary Celebrations.
Coming from outside of Bristol...
M5: Exit Junction 15 for M4 East, then as for M4..
M4: Take Junction 19 for M32.
M32: Junction 1, take the A4174 east towards Downend and immediately get into the right-hand lane. Turn right at the traffic lights, signposted Frenchay, into Bristol Road and continue past the new development which was Frenchay Hospital and straight over the mini roundabout (3rd exit).
Follow this road, through the next traffic lights, and continue on down the hill and over the next mini roundabout (2nd Exit) into Park Road.
The Masonic Hall is 300m along on the left.
Coming from Bristol city centre...
Take M32 towards M4.
From M32, Junction 2, at the roundabout take the second exit (M32 North ramp) then immediately bear left on the B4058 Stapleton Road, signposted Frenchay. Carry straight on across the traffic lights into Bell Hill and continue into Park Road.
The Masonic Hall is 50m beyond the Masons Arms public house on the right.
Off-street parking is available in our private car park, which has a capacity for about 15 vehicles.
From the north, turn left into Brinkworthy Road, 50m before the Hall.
From the south, turn right into Brinkworthy Road, 50m beyond the Hall.
Turn left after 50m into Grove View, and the car park is on the right. Avoid street parking in the area as far as possible. The blue pointer indicates the correct building.
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