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What to know

Building History & Past Use
Formerly a Masonic Temple, it was first opened in 1929. The building is approximately 53,000 square feet in size and is comprised of 4 stories. The structure was constructed of Bedford Stone and contains three large banquet halls, a full basement with commercial kitchen and a full auditorium with seating/standing room for 1,000+ people.

The building was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1992.

Modern Day Use
The Temple has been immaculately restored, preserving the building's art-deco architectural style, to create a historically unique performing arts and meeting venue. With a private membership, you can gain exclusive access to Sphinx Club and enjoy perks like hand-crafted cocktails and world-class dining.

The beautiful, ornate theater has been outfitted with a state-of-the-art climate control system and a superior audio and video system that meets or exceeds the specifications of all major touring productions and acts.
200 North 11th Street
Fort Smith, AR 72901