Built in 1895, “Boomer House” is named after its first resident, William M. Boomer, one of the pioneers of Greeley who was elected mayor in the early 1890s. Boomer worked as a barber on Main Street (now 8th Street), served on the City Council for several terms, and organized Greeley’s first fire department. More information on the history and architecture of the building can be found here.
We are proud to share this lovely old house with the public for the first time, and to make it accessible for everyone. Our wheelchair ramp can be accessed from the parking spaces in the alley at the back of the house.
We want Boomer House to be the perfect venue for your event – charming decor, good lighting, wide tables, comfy chairs.