The Meeker Homestead Museum, a two-story brick house built in 1823 overlooking the Olentangy River, is an excellent example of an early Federal style “I House”. One of the oldest and most prominent historic homesteads in Delaware County, it also serves as an educational museum of the early settlement period of the Ohio country, with a permanent exhibit on "The American Indians in Delaware County" and other rotating exhibits on local history. The museum is open Sundays from 2 – 5 p.m. Admission is free but a donation of $5 per person is suggested.
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