|Massachusetts State House|
|Trimount, Boston, Massachusetts|
|Harrison Otis Gray house |
on Mt. Vernon Street, Beacon Hill
Another notable place on Beacon Hill is The Museum of African American History, which is located in what was once the first African Meeting House. It was built in 1806 for the congregation of the African Baptist Church and was the first black church in Boston and is the oldest existing African-American church building in the United States. It was a synagogue for the Anshei Lubavitch congregation from 1898–1972 and then was sold to become the Museum.