Our Historic Sites in Boston
Experience the African Meeting House and Abiel Smith School on Boston's Beacon Hill for your next event. Sites may be combined for a light reception and/or small intimate dinner.
The Abiel Smith School, built in 1835 specifically to serve Boston's African American students:
- Features two levels
- Accommodates 50 on each level
- Includes a catering kitchen
The African Meeting House, built in 1806, is the nation's oldest extant black church building:
- Features three levels - reception room, sanctuary, and balcony
- Accommodates 100 standing on ground level, 200 upper levels with pew seating
- Rental costs vary and are quoted upon request. Please inquire to learn more about rental fees.
- Parking is available for guests on Cambridge Street in the Charles River parking garage. Validation is provided.
- A list of frequently used vendors may be provided upon request.
- Food and beverages are only permitted in the lower level of the African Meeting House and in the Abiel Smith School.
- Rentals are only available for a minimum of four hours.
For more information, download our rental brochure.
To inquire about pricing, scheduling,
and catering guidelines,
please contact Diana Parcon at
617-725-0022 Ext 16.