Hotel De Paris has a long history serving Georgetown, Colo. It opened in 1875 during the silver mining boom and quickly became “Famous the world over”.
A luxurious hotel and top notch French restaurant awaited inside. The hotel ran was a major attraction throughout the mining days. Today the hotel’s 7,000 square feet remain furnished with more than original 5,000 items. There is a museum gift shop as well.
Thirty minute tours are offered in French, German, Japanese, Spanish and English. The site is ADA accessible. The museum is a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Colorado.
Address: 409 6th Ave, Georgetown
Season: Daily from late May-September; Weekends only from October-mid December