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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.


The Museum is open for daily tours now thru September 30th.  Then, open weekends only starting October 1st thru December 11th.

Click Here to read about our new "visible storage" displays for your next visit.  See thousands of objects usually stored out of view.




WHO: Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media and Rocky Mountain PBS
WHAT: Episodes being screened "Hotel de Paris" & "Suffrage"
WHERE: Georgetown Heritage Center - 809 Taos St., Georgetown, Colorado
WHEN: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
*No RSVP Required*



Read about Victorian Visitors to the Hotel De Paris in Constance Merrill Primus' new book.

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