A small museum hidden in Beacon Hill, which looks like a common house from the outside, is completely unbelievable that a museum is hidden in it. The red brick house is classical and has a charm, and is completely integrated with the streets of Beacon Hill. The room also hides a 1806 African church, the oldest black church in the United States.
The African Church was a church before, but now it is a place to show African history in the United States. The building is not very big, not particularly beautiful, relatively simple, it shows a lot of historical information about African history in the United States.
There are plenty of places to visit here for the black memorials, the Africans' Hall is one of them, and the more famous building is not particularly large, but it is pretty and we didn't go in for time
William Lloyd Garrison founded Anti-Slavery Society 1832. Frederick Douglass delivered a famous anti-slavery speech 1860.
This is part of the National Park Service’s Park Unit. It talks about the African American community in great Boston area. There is very little to no parking. There is a lift in the back. It’s also located on a hill so the street sloops down.