Hotel de Paris Museum, 1875
AboutAdventuresome Frenchman and entrepreneur Louis Dupuy began this luxurious hostelry and restaurant in 1875 in Georgetown, Colorado, a center for silver mining. Now a National Historic District, the area preserves its historic Victorian quality. The Colorado Society purchased the building in 1954 and now operates it as the only hotel museum in the National Society collection of museum properties. Extensive work has been undertaken to preserve the building and many of its original furnishings and decorative art objects remain.
National Register of Historic Places
National Historic Landmark
Part of Georgetown - Silver Plume Landmark District
DirectionsFrom Denver, travel west on I-70 for about 46 miles to Georgetown, exit, 228 on to 15th Street, East onto Argentine Street to ‘T’ intersection, left on 6th Street, 3 blocks.