Take a Virtual Tour of the
Meeker Home Museum
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, architect Arthur Hotchkiss built this unique two-story, adobe brick home in 1870 for Nathan Cook Meeker, his wife Arvilla, and their daughters Mary, Rozene, and Josephine. It cost $6,000 to build.
In 1929, the home became Greeley’s first museum. This restored home contains artifacts including furnishings original to the home and used by the Meeker family. As you explore, don’t miss Meeker’s cherry wood desk, the 10-foot tall diamond dust mirror, and Arvilla’s childhood sewing sampler.