Meeker Home Museum

Meeker Home Museum in Greeley
Nathan Meeker's typewriter is among the historic items at the museum. | Photo by Dave Clark / flickr

Staff writer

The Meeker Home Museum is a two-story adobe home from 1870 where Nathan Meeker, formerly agricultural editor of Horace Greeley’s New York Tribune, lived after coming to Colorado Territory in 1869.

Meeker started the utopian Union Colony and invited others to “go west, young man,” as Greeley had suggested, and join in the colony.

The home, listed on the national, Colorado and Greeley historic registers, has been restored and is completely furnished.

Costumed guides direct tours; call for hours and reservations.

Meeker Home Museum
1324 9th Ave.
Greeley CO 80631
(970) 350-9220