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All about the temple architecture not about the Scottish Rite

My husband is wondering weather to join the masons or not. We thought this was a good opportunity... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2016
Zaltbommel, The Netherlands
Architectural Marvel With Surprising Interior

One would expect a Masonic Temple to have impressive masonry and this one doesn't disappoint, but... read more

Reviewed May 26, 2016
Beth R
Guthrie, Oklahoma
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Reviewed June 5, 2016

My husband is wondering weather to join the masons or not. We thought this was a good opportunity to hear something more about the organisation and see the biggest masonic temple in the world in the same time. The guide knew a lot about the...More

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Reviewed May 26, 2016

One would expect a Masonic Temple to have impressive masonry and this one doesn't disappoint, but the interior design was quite surprising. Done by a New York designer, every room represents a different time in history. So, whether you're into architecture, construction or design, you'll...More

1  Thank Beth R
Reviewed May 2, 2016

When visiting my family in Guthrie, we kept passing the temple every time we went to town. My sister has lived there several years and had never been inside. From the outside it is mysterious and sort of intimidating, not really inviting. We took the...More

1  Thank Roger L
Reviewed February 13, 2016 via mobile

Just to walk the grounds of this historic beauty is worth a short drive to Guthrie. I'll try to go back sometime when I can tour the inside, and I would like to know the significance of the scenes depicted in the stain glass windows.

1  Thank KCLOZ
Reviewed January 14, 2016

As you marvel at the beauty of the construction,you cant help but wonder of the secrets shrouded behind locked doors.

Thank tomnsarah333
Reviewed December 17, 2015

The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple is a huge building and is open for tours most week days. It is also a popular spot to pose for photos. You can also lease part of the building for weddings, concerts or big parties.

Thank Cindy J
Reviewed November 23, 2015

So sad that so many Oklahomans and out-of-state visitors do not know about this wonderfully interesting architectural gem. Twice-daily tours are well worth the time. You do not need to be a Mason to visit. Nearly a century ago after the state capital moved to...More

2  Thank Tim C
Reviewed October 25, 2015

Visiting from MN for an event held held here was worth the trip. We got a special tour and since it has to do with a group we are already familiar with it had even more meaning. The architecture alone is stunning and to know...More

Thank Tanya H
Reviewed October 13, 2015

The fact that this is on a national historic registrar is surprising. The tour is very interesting. The history of who design the interior and the cost will amaze people. I highly recommend it. You do not have to be a Free Mason to enjoy...More

Thank Rick K
Reviewed October 12, 2015

This is a piece of history that is mysterious and beautiful. The tour is worth the money but the building is super creepy.

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