Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London
Alexandra Palace Lodge
No. 1541
The St. Bride Lodge (Amalgated with Alexandra Palace Lodge 27th January 2007)
The Hallstone Jewel (Indicating that the Lodge contributed to the building of Grand Lodge)
Founder Member Met. Grand Lodge of London   Consecrated 17th July 1875     A Hallstone Lodge  
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Welcome to
Alexandra Palace Lodge
No. 1541

A London Masonic Lodge meeting in London since 1875.

As you will be able to see from the following pages we are, and always have been a London based Masonic Lodge and these days are part of the Metropolitan Grand Lodge of London.

You may already be aware that the United Grand Lodge of London is based in Great Queen Street, London and is the headquarters of Masonry in England of which every English and Welsh Lodge is a member. The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) - the present building -  to which this Lodge contributed, was erected between 1927 and 1932 to commemorate those Freemasons who lost their lives in the First World War, it is one of the finest art-deco buildings in London and has been used for numerous films and television productions.

If you are not already a Member of a Lodge and you consider that you may be interested then please use our [Contact - Join Us] page to communicate your interest. Normally you would need to live within reasonable travelling distance of London but many of our members are based well away in the countryside, becoming members of our Lodge to enjoy the convivial atmosphere and the quality venue where we meet.

The button links left provide a great deal of information on Freemasonry in general and in London in particular.

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