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The Hotel De Paris Museum, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is owned and operated by The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Colorado. The Museum is located in Georgetown, Colorado, just west of Denver off Interstate 70.


Louis Dupuy’s legendary Hotel de Paris dates to the silver mining boom, when it served as a first-class French restaurant, showroom for traveling salesmen, and luxurious hotel during the Gilded Age.


Our Mission:

To collect, preserve, and share history associated with Louis Dupuy's Hotel De Paris, and serve as a catalyst for heritage tourism in Georgetown, Colorado.


Read Governor Hickenlooper's Proclamation

about Hotel De Paris Museum Day, May 24th!


In recognition of our 60th anniversary, please join us at 9am on the front steps of Louis Dupuy's Hotel de Paris for a reading of a proclamation declaring Saturday, May 24th "HOTEL DE PARIS MUSEUM DAY" in the State of Colorado.  Free.  Complimentary light refreshments and free self-guided tours until 12:00 P.M.


The Museum is closed for the season, however, tours are available by  appointment from now to May 23rd.

The 2014 season will be May 24th to September 30th daily, then October to December 14th weekends only. 


Read about the 2014 Tour Season.


Read about what's happening here on

Memorial Day.


Read the TripAdvisor

Reviews of the Museum.