THREE SPECIAL BUILDINGS

Meher Abode

Meher Abode (also known simply as “Baba’s House”) is the private residence built for Meher Baba where He stayed during His three visits to the Center. Guests are welcome to visit the house, and to remember Him in the intimate atmosphere of His home.

This building is temporarily unavailable. However, the beautiful compound surrounding Baba’s House is open daily from 2-5 p.m.

The Lagoon Cabin

One of the original Center buildings from the 1940’s, this small cabin—Meher Baba’s “interview cabin”—is where He met privately with individuals, families and small groups during His visits to the Center in the 1950’s. The Lagoon Cabin remains open, day and evening, for prayer, meditation, and quietude.

The Barn

This building, reconstructed from a local barn, was used during Meher Baba’s three visits for large daily meetings and gatherings which included talks and discourses given by Baba, and jokes, skits, dance, and musical entertainment performed for Him. The Barn is open daily from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. for prayer, meditation and quietude.