March 1st from 12pm to 4pm
We will be opening the Mansion for Self-guided tours!
We look forward to sharing the Meeker Mansion with you again!
10am - 4pm
Find out about the future or learn from the past at the Meeker Mansion Psychic Fair in Puyallup
No Public Tours available
Total Mansion Tours - April 28th 12pm-4pm
BY JOHN HOPPERSTAD AND TESSA LAVERGNE The planning of Puyallup began in 1877, conducted by Ezra Meeker- a man who traveled the Oregon trail for five months with his ...
The Puyallup Historical Society at Meeker Mansion is proud to present a new exhibit Puyallup During the World Wars. In an effort to both ...
The Puyallup Historical Society at Meeker Mansion is pleased to award the first annual Robert Minnich Memorial Scholarship totaling $500.00 to Breanna Lightbody of ...
Meeker Mansion offers a variety of tours. Guided, Unguided and Educational.
With a rich history and a list of interesting facts, Meeker Mansion is a learning ground. Come learn ...
Plan your own event with the mansion’s deep history and the many activities around it.
Join us at one of our community events…Tea parties, psychic fairs and more.
Students and Seniors $4
Students and Seniors $5
NOTE: We may charge additional fees or not accept coupons during our special events
(Normal hours from March 1st to Nov. 21st)
Wednesday through Sunday
Noon to 4:00pm
(Christmas hours from Nov. 23rd to Dec. 18th)
Daily, Noon to 4:00pm
We offer self-guided tours during our open hours. Last tour begins at 3:00 pm. Please give us 48 hours notice if you wish a guided tour, need a wheelchair lift, or have a large tour group.
January and February plus Mondays and Tuesdays, open by appointment. Call 253-848-1770 to schedule a tea, tour, or event.
Please check our calendar for closures or last minute changes. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
312 Spring Street
Puyallup, WA 98372
Free parking off Pioneer or Spring streets
Bike and Explore Puyallup’s Historic Sites!
Download the map to view markers of structures, trees or places important to the community’s history and descriptions about each stop. All sites are located in approximately 1.2 mile radius on the valley floor. Grab your bike and explore Puyallup’s history!