You can have your next event at the historic Stockton Masonic Temple.
The Stockton Masonic Temple offers a variety of spaces for weddings, quinceañeras, stage plays, corporate gatherings, and for all types of small and large parties.
A large, bright ballroom is adjacent to a fully equipped kitchen. The ballroom floor has a unique design incorporating “springs” which creates an effect of floating while dancing; said to be the only one of its kind left in Stockton.
The theater chamber may be set up auditorium style with intimate theater lighting, stage lighting, and the "Jewel of the Valley" Hope-Jones pipe organ; reportedly, the last of its kind in the entire state.
The ballroom accommodates 400 seats (fold out chairs).
The theater accommodates about 300 seats (theater style seating).
Both rental rooms are on upper floors (2nd and 3rd) with an elevator.
Ample parking is available on-street and in nearby lots.
Call Karen Baker (rental manager) @ 209-465-3711 to inquire about your next event!
Built in 1922, the Stockton Masonic Temple is a three story building in the Spanish Revival Style.
The architect was Carl Werner, and the builder was Allen McDonald. The elaborate Gothic-influenced plaster design wraps around the recessed entrance and extends upwards toward the huge arched windows. Unlike many historical Stockton buildings, the architecture appears to be unaltered. The building houses an extensive collection of historical books and paintings, some dating back to the 1800’s.