The Burlingame Masonic Center was built in 1927 as the home of the Burlingame Masonic Lodge. The Lodge along with other Masonic Organizations such as the Burlingame Scottish Rite, Peninsula York Rite, Order of the Eastern Star, Daughter’s of the Nile; and two youth groups the Peninsula Chapter DeMolay and Redwood City Assembly Rainbow Girls still calls the building home. The second floor of the building is accessible by a formal staircase and an elevator, and consists of a large banquet room and lodge room.

The first room is a two story tall, 20’ x 40’ Banquet room which can comfortably seat up to 160 people for a sit down dinner. It has beautiful hardwood floors, large French door windows for natural light and six dimmable chandeliers. The room also features a stage that can accommodate up to six musicians or a DJ and equipment. Adjacent to the banquet room is a newly remodeled kitchen.

The second room is an equally large room and is a two story tall formal room The floor is carpeted and it has a working theatrical stage, sound and lighting. The room has a Baby Grand piano and in the balcony is an organ and the control boards for the sound and lighting equipment.