Dayton Masonic Center
This page features photographs of Dayton Masonic Center wedding and wedding receptions taken by Jeff Schaefer Photography.
The Dayton Masonic Center, formerly known as the Dayton Masonic Temple, is an impressive historic building in Steele's Hill-Grafton Hill Historic District of Dayton, Ohio. The building's 5 million cubic feet consist of limestone, marble interior floors, marble wainscotings, marble stairways, 2-story limestone columns, several grand rooms, a mezzanine level surrounding the ballroom, two amphitheaters, and a balcony overlooking the Great Miami River. There are several rooms that can be used for weddings and receptions. There an many nooks and crannies to use for unique wedding photographs.