Boston African American National Historic Site Rangers provide interpretive historic talks at the African Meeting House. These programs look at the rich history of the African American community on Beacon Hill in the 19th century with a focus on the abolition movement, the Underground Railroad, and the early struggles for equal rights in Boston.
Join us Monday-Saturday, year round, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to hear these inspiring stories of this remarkable community.
For group reservations, please call (617) 725-0022, ex. 22.