Meyers House Museum
The Meyers House, erected in 1897, is an example of the Colonial Revival style, which was popular around the turn of the century. The home is situated on 3 city lots, and features the original fencing and pergola, three car garage, carriage house, greenhouse, and an architectural studio built in 1935.
The Meyers House is a City of Alameda Landmark, operated by the Alameda Museum.
Located on a tree-lined residential street in the bayside town of Alameda, the grounds of the Meyers House offer a beautiful and unique period venue for your wedding, reception or photo shoot. The house is also available for private group tours.