Masonic Hall at Perdue Hill

Located in Monroe County | What you’ll find: Historical

This is the oldest building in Monroe County.  It was built circa 1824 in Claiborne using funds from a public lottery. The upper floor was used exclusively by Mason’s until around 1919.  The lower floor has served a variety of purposes including court room, town hall, school, and church. In 1981, the Perdue Hill-Claiborne Foundation, Inc. was created to acquire the building and be responsible it. In 1984, the Masonic Lodge was dismantled and moved from Claiborne to nearby Perdue Hill.  The building has been restored and it is now used to host special events in the area.

U.S. HWY 84 and County Road 1 Perdue Hill, AL 36445

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