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Perfectly overlooking downtown New Castle, the Scottish Rite Cathedral is one of the area's most beautiful historic buildings. In 1924, Illustrious Brother John S. Wallace wanted to build a Masonic Temple large enough for all Masonic groups to meet. Today, the Cathedral is still used as a Masonic Temple, as well as a public Banquet Facility and a 2,800 seat Auditorium. The Scottish Rite Cathedral is also pleased to be the "home away from home" for the Pittsburgh Symphony.

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The mission of the Cathedral Foundation, a charity, is to promote an appreciation of the Scottish Rite Cathedral, a structure of great historical and architectural significance.

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The Cathedral is 244 feet by 181 feet, and 110 feet high in the back. Six stone columns, which stand 32 feet tall, grace the front of the building.


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Purchased in 1918 and built in 1924 - The Cathedral was a historic undertaking from one of New Castle's most notable figures - John S. Wallace.


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UPCOMING EVENTS

Pittsburgh Symphony Box Office - Halloween Pops

10/8/2014
4 PM - 7 PM. Purchase your tickets to the upcoming Halloween Pops concert in person in the Cathedral Lobby on this special night and save 20%! Also, when a parent purchases a ticket at the $20 level or above, children (18 & under) may receive a free ticket. The PSO will present the Halloween Pops on Tuesday, October 21 at 8 PM at the Cathedral. Questions? Call Pittsburgh Symphony Group Sales at (412) 392-4819

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