Acacia Lodge No. 16 A.F. & A.M. was chartered December 11, 1877 by The Grand Lodge Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons of Virginia, it is in Masonic District No. 4, and located in the historic Town of Clifton in Fairfax County Virginia.
Acacia is a good old country Masonic Lodge, it might even be called a railroad Lodge by some, one that you would be proud to be a member of. We are a rather laid-back Lodge, and welcome you to come to Lodge dressed as you feel comfortable (even shorts and Hawaiian shirts in summer months).
Built in the circa 1870's Acacia Lodge is a historical landmark listed with the Department of Interior since 1985.
Acacia's motto is "The Greatest Little Lodge in the Commonwealth of Virginia."
Stated communications (monthly business meetings) are held each month on the 1st Thursday starting with a dinner and social hour at 6:30pm. The business meeting starts at 7:30pm. Non-Masons and Masons alike are welcome for dinner.
Called communications (special meetings) take place several times throughout the year, primarily for the purpose of conducting Masonic degree work (initiating new members,) and regularly scheduled ritual practice. See the Calendar
The first floor and restrooms are Handicap accessible. The second floor is not.
Parking is in our gravel parking lot, overflow parking is in the adjacent gravel parking lot and the paved parking lot of the restaurant across the street. All parking is free and a very short walking distance.
Acacia Lodge as all modern conveniences:
- Mobile phones will work.
- Broadband WiFi Internet access.
- HD Smart TV and DVD Blu-ray Player.
- Central heating and air conditioning.
- Fully equipped residential type kitchen.
- Handicap Accessible men and women restrooms.
Acacia is very community oriented and participates in severail of the Town of Clifton events.