Florida Masonic Home


The Masonic Home of Florida is situated within 18 acres of lush landscaping on the shores of Coffee Pot Bayou. Named by Spanish explorers, this picturesque inlet off Old Tampa Bay is flanked by some of the finest neighborhoods in the area and right next door to a major shopping center and downtown St. Petersburg.

Read about some of the history of the Masonic Home and its connection to St. Petersburg’s own Anderson-McQueen Family.  [ HTML ]  or  [ PDF ]

This choice waterfront location has been owned and operated by the Grand Lodge of Florida since the early 1900’s and shares a century old tradition with the City of St. Petersburg. The Masonic Home was originally for children and was slowly turned over to the needs of senior Masons and their wives/widows as aging demographics changed.

Masonic Home of Florida
ATTN: Lisa Tsotsos, Administrator
3201 1st St NE
Saint Petersburg, FL 33704
Phone:(727) 822-3499
Toll Free: (866) 868-6749
Fax: (727) 821-6775

A series of building expansions begun in 1973 brought the home to the present 150,000 square foot home which can accommodate up to 187 residents in a state-of-the-art setting. There are gracious lobbies, an elegant dining room overlooking the grounds and waterfront, a 5,000 volume library, billiards and activities rooms, gift shop, community kitchenettes and lounges, a chapel, waterside pavilion and fishing pier, plus a host of other amenities which make the Masonic Home one of the premier facilities of its kind in Pinellas County. The City of St. Petersburg presented the Masonic Home a Mayor’s First Place Award for Building and Grounds Beautification.

To learn more about The Masonic Home, check out the website at http://masonichomeofflorida.org/index.html

Feel free to download a PDF-version of the brochure.  Masons and their families can learn more about the Home’s requirements of admission.

Florida Masonic Home