For the first time in decades, the Masonic Temple located at 66 Main St, Binghamton, New York 13905, will be open to the public. The public will be allowed into just the first floor as part of the November First Friday in Binghamton, NY. But due to the efforts of Broome County Adopt-A-Park and the owners of the Temple, tours of the entire building will be made exclusively available for paranormal investigation on Saturday November 4, 2016.
Paranormal investigator Mark Dickinson will be leading 2 tours throughout the Masonic Temple. Each tour will have no more than 10 people in it. The first tour will start at 7PM, with the second tour at 9PM.
Built 94 years ago in 1922, the Binghamton Masonic Temple has been closed to the public since the 1990’s. It has housed the Mason’s Order, the Tri-Cities Opera – with a performance by Placido Domingo, as well as a venue for various bands and events. It is also rumored to have been the site of murders in the past, with many locals believing the building to be haunted. Something that this exclusive paranormal investigation may or may not be able to confirm.
Broome County Adopt-A-Park and the owners of the Masonic Temple invite all interested to sign up, and if demand is high enough additional exclusive tours may be made available in the future.