The Old Masonic Lodge Building is located on the Historic Courthouse Square in Downtown, Georgetown, Texas. Georgetown is the county seat for Williamson County. Austin — the state capitol of Texas — is 30 miles south. Austin is also the county seat of Travis County.
The Greater Austin MSA
Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos is a five-county metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Texas, as defined by the Office of Management and Budget. Commonly referred to as Greater Austin, the metropolitan area is situated on the eastern edge of the American Southwest, is situated in Central Texas, and borders San Antonio–New Braunfels to the south.
Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos is the 35th largest metropolitan area in the United States, with a population of over 1.8 million people as of the 2012 U.S. census estimate. The metropolitan area is centered around the city of Austin—the fourth-largest city in Texas with a population of 820,000 people. Austin’s largest suburbs are Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown and San Marcos.
Directions to Georgetown
First, find your way to Georgetown, Texas. Then ….
1. Take the TX-29 E exit- EXIT 261- toward SOUTHWESTERN UNIV. / TAYLOR / GEORGETOWN. (0.2 miles)
2. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto TX-29 / W UNIVERSITY AVE. (0.7 miles)
3. Turn LEFT onto S MAIN ST. (0.2 miles)
4. End at 701 S Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626-5700, US
The Old Masonic Lodge Building isn’t hard to find. Just make your way to the center of town: the downtown is laid out on a grid around the Courthouse. North-south running streets are typically named for Texas trees: east-west running streets are typically numbered, beginning at the River, and getting higher the farther south you go. Our building is at the corner of Main and 7th streets. We are the 2nd highest building on the Square (after the Courthouse itself). Look for the distinctive onion dome! You’re going to 701 Main Street, Georgetown, TX 78626.
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