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Fredericksburg Masonic Lodge No.4

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Fredericksburg Masonic Lodge No.4

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April wrote a review Sep 2020
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The Fredericksburg lodge is #4 on Princess Anne Street and is a fantastic history filled building but the photos posted here are of a different much larger lodge (maybe one in DC).
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Date of experience: September 2020
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alex s wrote a review Mar 2016
Broward County, Florida52 contributions33 helpful votes
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This is a very impressive lodge. Very impressed with cast collection of brother a George Washington. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and explained very thorough. Will do again
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Trip606515 wrote a review Oct 2015
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The Adress listed is incorrect. The house is near Washington DC, not Fredricksburg. The Adress refferes to town hall. Please remove listing
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Roadtrip93x wrote a review Nov 2014
Wadsworth, Ohio53 contributions13 helpful votes
This museum displayed a Lodge that would have been used at the turn of the 19th century. Then going on the guided tour, it depicted the different sections of Masonry as well as Ladies organizations and youth organizations. As you continued to go higher, you saw more of Washington's life in the Lodge as well as a leader. The climax was the observation deck at the top which gave an excellent view of Arlington. Well worth the stop to learn more of how our first President lived and lead in the early years of our country.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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JamesS5391 wrote a review Oct 2014
East Islip, New York10 contributions6 helpful votes
I was passing through on my road trip this summer and made sure I stopped here to see what was up and I'm very glad that I did. In these halls you will fine a rich masonic history anywhere from exact items from lodge meetings that George Washington attended to paintings of George Washington with masonic meanings throughout and let's not forget the amazingly huge statue of the man that dominates the room in the main hall. The tour was interesting and the guide was very knowledgeable. I would take anyone there especially if they were brethren who have not been there yet. Probably the best masonic building in the USA
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