The Wallasey Masonic Hall was constructed and opened in 1911 as a purpose built Masonic Hall.  It was designed by JWB Harding FSA Architect who had a particular forte in the design of cinemas, a new building type in the Edwardian period which were then replacing the music halls.  That Edwardian grandeur can be seen in the interiors of the principal rooms of Wallasey Masonic Hall.

The Hall was extended in 1937 to provide a second Masonic Temple and smaller dining room.  This extension was designed by William P Horsburgh Architect FRIBA in a contrasting and more austere style.

The Hall can offer top class conference and meeting facilities for a wide range of events.  It is licensed for Marriage and Civil Partnerships.  The facilities are flexible enough to accommodate your individual requirements for your own special occasion.

The licensed bar has a good selection of beers, wines and spirits.

The Wallasey Masonic Hall could certainly be considered to be one of the finest Masonic meeting places in Cheshire.

As well as accommodating regular Masonic meetings, Wallasey Masonic Hall is available for private hire.  The large dining room – The Corinthian Suite – can accommodate 100 diners and the smaller Doric Suite seats 50 diners.  There is a third space – The Edwardian Suite – which can accommodate 15 diners for more intimate occasions.

Wallasey Masonic Hall has a licence for Civil Wedding ceremonies using the Grand Edwardian temple for these events.

Christenings and Family Occasions can be accommodated at the Hall, and can be tailored to your particular requirements.  The Corinthian Suite even has a sprung dance floor!

For details of our menus and dining options see our Catering web page

There is a self-contained on site car park with cctv recorded security images adjacent to the Hall.

Wallasey Masonic Hall has full disabled facilities and wheelchair access.  Wheelchairs are available on site, if these required.  The first floor Grand Temple is accessed by a chairlift from the ground floor entrance hall.  The Hall has the benefit of a defibrillator and staff trained in its use.