Conveniently located just blocks away from downtown San Francisco, the Masonic offers the ultimate in convenience with flexible meeting and exhibition space along with a theater filled with history. Whatever the event, large or small, we will work with you to provide the personal attention necessary to ensure its success whether your guest count is 50 or 3,300.
The Masonic received a multimillion dollar renovation that has transformed the historic venue into a space unlike any other of its size in the Bay Area. With significant upgrades and updates, the new Masonic is a prime venue for meetings, banquets, receptions and concerts. In one of San Francisco’s premier neighborhoods, it is next door to some of the Bay Area’s greatest hotels and restaurants. The change from a fixed seat venue to a flexible, multi-tiered venue provides for endless possibilities.
In the City by the Bay there is a special neighborhood that presents an awe-inspiring picture of historic San Francisco — illustrious Nob Hill. Surrounded by world-class hotels that blend elegance and charm, The Masonic has been a part of San Francisco’s culture for more than 50 years.
Grand Lobby: The pillared porch welcomes you into its beautiful marble and terrazzo Grand Lobby with awe-inspiring views of San Francisco and neighboring Grace Cathedral. Featuring a 60-foot-high endo-mosaic window by renowned artist Emile Norman, the space is ideal for cocktail receptions along with seated lunches and dinners.
Auditorium: With excellent acoustics and an intimate seating arrangement, the Auditorium is an exceptional venue for corporate events, new product launches, shareholder meetings, graduations, concerts and lectures. The tiered open floor plan provides event flexibility of numerous configurations for 100 to 3,300. The Auditorium offers concert hall-quality equipment with dual sound systems and an extensive array of lighting and audiovisual equipment.
Exhibition Hall: The 16,500-square-foot Exhibition Hall plays host to tradeshows, banquets and receptions and can be used in conjunction with the Auditorium or for a stand-alone event. The hall also includes air walls for five breakout rooms, which can be used for breakout sessions of 20–80 seated theater style.
California Room: Features bay windows with views of Huntington Park and the San Francisco Bay — perfect for receptions, small meetings, breakout rooms, lectures and small concerts.