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THE Event Venue in Macon, Georgia

Former Al Sihah Shrine Temple at 745 Poplar Street in Macon, Georgia

This iconic building, built in 1930/1931, possesses an abundance of space and a one-of-a-kind ballroom that can accommodate a variety of events. The Temple anchors the Macon Corridor, near the iconic Rosa Parks Square and City Hall.

We will be able to operate until 2AM, to utilize the 7000 square feet rooftop as venue space, and amended the use to allow our private event operations.

THE TEMPLE

is a MUST-SEE one-of-a-kind venue opening in December!

  • The Grand Ballroom that will accommodate large celebrations
  • State-of-the-art audio/video and lighting system
  • 25+ feet high decorative ceilings
  • Beautiful rooftop patio with views of the park and City Hall
  • Ample and close parking with valet service
  • Award-winning event service team

In addition to the many beautiful historic buildings in Macon, Georgia, many have reflected, in query, as to the grandeur of this building. It was designed for the Macon Shriners by architect W. Elliott Dunwoody, Jr. The Egyptian-themed decorative ceilings and murals were created by Athos Menaboni – one of Georgia’s most prominent artists.

The Temple opened 1931 and served as the organization’s home until 2004. The building, once the largest auditorium in Georgia outside of Atlanta, is at 745 Poplar Street and located across from City Hall, next to Rosa Parks Square, and diagonally set to the Macon City Auditorium.