The building attracted my attention, as it is quite large, all in stone, and has very sharp lines. They give several tours a day, for 10 dollars. The tour lasted approximately one hour and took us through all of the rooms and hallways of the grand lodge, each with different themes. The size of the rooms was one thing, but the amount of detail and craftsmanship in every corner of the building is absolutely amazing. Along the way, we were also told of the building and organization's history and welcomed to ask questions about any related subject. I would definitely go back to see this building again.
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