THE MEEKER HOMESTEAD MUSEUM is a museum in a house. The Forrest Meeker House is one of the oldest, built 1823, and most prominent historic homesteads in Delaware County. This historic home has been transformed into a fine educational museum of the early settlement of the Ohio country.
The nearly 200-year-old house remains in a remarkable state of preservation, inside and out. The windows and doors are mostly original to the construction, and the interior woodwork is walnut, painted in the formal parts of the house. The recesses surrounding the fireplaces have original wood cabinetry with paneled doors and trim, and the floors in the old portions of the house are original ash planking.
- Meeker Drawing Room
- Delaware Gallery
- Pioneer Bed Chamber
- American Indian Gallery
- Whetstone Room
- Garth Room
- Beard Room
- Gilman Room
- Bieber Room
- Modern Kitchen
- Porter Hall
OUR TIMELESS, UNIQUE, MEEKER HOUSE
Delaware County Historical Society
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1st & 2nd floor layouts
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The Barn at Stratford
The Barn at Stratford can work as a perfect compliment to any event you’d like to have at The Meeker Homestead. You can customize any event to use the outdoor and or indoor areas within The Barn. For venue information, click HERE
Meeker House Museum Exhibits
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