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Meeker Home Museum, Greeley

#16 of 22 in Things to do in Greeley
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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 house has been restored with many of its original furnishings and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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  • So much history to this house! The tour guide really new her history and offered lots of interesting information. Furnished beautifully. Dining room and parlor furniture takes you back to an age....  more »
  • The historical interpreters are very knowledgeable, and will give you a personal tour, sharing anecdotes and trivia about the founding family of Greeley. Make sure to notice the cool mirror, and ask.....  more »
  • Great local history learned alot
  • Not really a museum. Tours took way to long. More about the water than of anything. It looks like an ordinary house from back then. Also very tight

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