Georgetown and Colorado Sites:

Town of Georgetown - Georgetown had its beginning as a mining camp in 1859, but now offers world class attractions.

 

Georgetown Loop Railroad - Completed in 1884, this spectacular stretch of narrow gauge railroad was considered an

engineering marvel for its time.  The Georgetown Loop Railroad was one of Colorado’s first visitor attractions.

 

Georgetown Visitor Information - Web site with visitor, activities, shopping, restaurants, and lodging information.

 

Historic Georgetown, Inc. - A preservation organization showcasing the Hamill House, the restored home of a silver

mining baron.

 

Georgetown Energy Museum - Turn of the century hydro-electric plant, exhibits on history of the use of electrical power

in the area.

 

Georgetown Heritage Center - A place to celebrate our past, exhibit and practice traditional arts and leisure activities,

enjoy live performances, and hold meetings and conferences.

 

Town of Silver Plume - Silver Plume, home of the George Rowe Museum, is a very small, old, rural mining town dating from

the Colorado gold and silver rush of the last four decades of the 19th century.

 

Destination Clear Creek County - Clear Creek Tourism Board, attractions and lodging in Clear Creek County.

 

Possibilities Colorado - Colorado Tourism Board, search for Georgetown for lodging and attractions.

 

Denver - Peruse some interesting facts and get the tidbits of information you need before you visit Denver.


National Society of the Colonial Dames of America (NSCDA) Sites:

McAllister House Museum - Built in 1873, it is now a NSCDA museum.  It was the home of Major Henry McAllister,

the planner for General Palmer's resort city, Colorado Springs.

 

National Society of Colonial Dames of America

 

National Society of Colonial Dames of America in Colorado


Historic Preservation Sites:

  Colorado Historical Society

 

  National Trust for Historic Preservation

 

  Fairmount Heritage Foundation


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