Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
This architectural wonder in the Gothic District of Scranton boasts 17 venue spaces including a ballroom that doubles as the backstage of the theater. Designed by the same architect as Rockefeller Center, the building was constructed so multiple groups can host functions or meetings while also providing private floors for the masons. Discover the history during your next meeting or event, or take in a show as the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple annually hosts a series of Broadway shows with Broadway in Scranton.
This historic building is over 180,000 square feet and was built during the Great Depression. It was designed by the same architect as Rockefeller Center. The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple's mission is to rejuvenate a national architectural treasure as a regional center for the arts, education and community activity appealing to all.
Dates, times, and prices are determined per show.
A full schedule of this year's performances can be found in the calendar of events below.
FREE PUBLIC TOURS
Free public tours are generally given each Saturday at 10 AM with some exceptions. (Please call ahead.)
HOURS OF OPERATION
Hours vary by event.
LOCATION: 420 N. Washington Ave, Scranton, PA, 18503
PHONE: (570) 344-1111
PARKING: Parking is available at several downtown lots and any open street meter.
- Adams Avenue Lot | 425 Adams Ave. Charge varies by event.
- Scranton Parking Authority Garage | 311 N Washington Ave. The garage charges a flat fee on evenings of events and hourly during the business day.
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