- Parents First Call
- Teens and Adults
- Buddy Walk
- Health Care Professionals
- Public Policy
- Diversity Outreach and Support
- Down Syndrome-Autism Connection
- Dads Appreciating Down
State House Information
Important Links and Documents
REGISTER - Annual Advocacy Day at State House May 18
The Massachusetts State House is located on the top of Beacon Hill in Boston, at the corner of Bowdoin & Beacon streets and near the Boston Common. Click the "B" below for customized directions.
Completed in 1798, the Massachusetts State House is the oldest building on Beacon Hill and arguably the city’s most magnificent. (Its dome dominated the Boston skyline until the advent of the skyscraper.)
That said, the State House can also be one of the most challenging to navigate for visitors and advocates trying to find the offices of one of the 160 state representatives, 40 senators or the governor. Even people who walk the halls regularly find themselves frustrated and confused.
There are several basics that can make all the difference: