Scottish Rite Cathedral
Structure in General
- The Scottish Rite Cathedral was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
- Widely regarded as one of the finest neo-gothic buildings in the United States, the Scottish Rite Cathedral is the largest building in the world devoted to freemasonry.
- Indianapolis has one of the largest collections of large buildings related to freemasonry. Others include the Old National Centre, the Indiana Freemasons' Hall, and the Knights of Pythias Building, Scottish Rite Building, and the Masonic Temple, all demolished. The building at One North Pennsylvania was also built by the Oddfellows.
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Also recorded for this building:
bell foundry, general contractor, owner, shell construction
Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings
- National landmark