Make it happen here!
After 90 years of management by Masonic orders, the Masonic Temple is now owned by the Salina Innovation Foundation, a private 501c3 organization formed to preserve, protect, and repurpose this iconic building.
The Temple’s first year of operation as a public space included successes and challenges. Many opportunities await as the second year begins and the new Board of Directors considers how best to use 160,000 square feet of available space.
The Temple is a longtime local landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Spaces. Now it provides our community with a massive blank canvas on which to paint a vision of its future in Salina.
Interested in renting a space?
Have an idea for an event?
We now have an online application process for our spaces! Send us your ideas or requests. We are building a community for repurposing this beautiful building!
Wedding & Event Space
Coworking & Meeting Space
Kitchen For Hire
Did you know?
The Temple is on the National Register
of Historic Places.
John Phillips Sousa played at the
dedication in 1927.
A USO show was headquartered here
in the 1940s.
A rare collection of 104 hand-painted
backdrops is housed in our theater.
The Grand Lobby contains marble
slabs, split to reflect angel wings.
The building has 7 floors, with 160,000
total square feet.
The front doors are bronze.
There are 122 hand-hammered copper
gargoyles surrounding the building.