Masonic Schofield House

In 1817, the Masonic Schofield House was built as a roadhouse and store near the busy riverbanks of the Ohio River in the growing city of Madison, Indiana. The house’s claim to fame among Indiana Freemasons is the Birthplace of their Grand Lodge on January 13, 1818. The 200th anniversary of the Indiana Grand Lodge was January 12, 2018. To mark the significance of the Schofield House to Indiana Freemasons, and our respect for it, the Grand Master makes an official visit annually to the Grand Lodge’s birthplace and invites all of the members to join him.

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(812) 599-8327

220 Poplar St, Madison, Indiana 47250, United States

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    Thursday to Monday, 11 AM - 4 PM