Meeker Home Museum

1324 9th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631

970-350-9220

The Meeker Home, built in 1870, is a unique adobe two-story austere home, originally built to house the City of Greeley’s founding family. Nathan Cook Meeker, his wife Arvilla Delight and their three daughters: Mary, Rozene and Josephine, lived there. The first floor of the home is handicap-accessible and the second floor is accessible by stairs. A short video of the upstairs area is available.

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