Meeker Homestead Museum

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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.

National Registry of Historic Places - Plaque - Delaware County Ohio

The Forrest Meeker Farm, including the 1823 house and 1848 barn, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Delaware County Historical Society is proud to share this wonderful piece of our heritage with the community.

About The Museum

  • Open every Sunday from  2 to 5 pm (Spring thru Fall)
  • Open to the Public
  • Free Admission (suggested donation $5)
  • Free Parking

Current Museum Exhibits

Current Exhibits   Where (Room)
Stratford a Mill Town Delaware Gallery
Coughlin’s Crossing Delaware Gallery
Townships of Delaware County:
– Liberty Township
Whetstone Room
The American Indians in Delaware County American Indian Gallery
Early Spinning Gilman Room
Delaware Chair Co. Bieber Room

Timeline
of the
Meeker Property
Click here

For
Directions
to the Museum
Click Here.

Evolution
of the
Forrest Meeker House Click here