The Meeker Mansion, built 1890, is an American Bracketed Villa from the golden age of Puyallup. The building was conceived by Eliza Meeker and designed by Ferrell and Darmer, Architects of Tacoma. The Mansion features hand-painted ceilings, stained glass windows at the two entrances and many different species of wood in the interior. Ezra Meeker wrote that the exterior finish was three tons of white sand blown onto three coats of linseed oil, a finish which frustrates painters to this day. Check out a guided tour of the Mansion or drop in for an unscheduled tour!