7612 Old Muirkirk Rd, Beltsville, MD 20705, USA
Located in the community of Rossville, Abraham Hall was constructed in 1889, and is considered to be the first African American historic site in the county to be fully restored using public funds. Renovated in 2008, this hall houses M-NCPPC's Black History Program, and is the best example of an African-American benevolent society lodge in Prince George's County.
The said program aims to encourage public engagement with Prince George’s County's African-American history and its historical and cultural resources. This helps preserve and establish the African-American heritage by providing educational, interpretive programs and exhibitions for the general public and children in the community.