Hotel de Paris Museum, a National Trust Historic Site, will open its 57th tour season to the public, June 1, 2012.
Louis Dupuy’s legendary Hotel de Paris dates back to the silver mining boom of 1860. The hotel also served as a first-class French restaurant, a showroom for travelling salesmen, and a luxurious hotel during the Gilded Age. This year, guests will be able to touch a number of historic artifacts owned by Dupuy himself.
Docent-led tours cost $5 for adults, $3 for minors/seniors/military; 50 percent discount for National Trust for Historic Preservation members. Free public parking is located next to the museum.
When: Friday, June 1, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
Where: Hotel de Paris Museum, 409 6th Street, Georgetown, CO, 80444
About Hotel de Paris Museum
Hotel de Paris Museum, a National Trust Historic Site, is owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Colorado. The National Trust for Historic Preservation helps people preserve, improve, and enjoy the places that matter to them. Hotel de Paris Museum is part of a diverse group of National Trust sites that includes Philip Johnson’s Glass House, Acoma Sky City, and President Lincoln’s Cottage.
Can’t wait to visit? Group tours for 10 or more people are available year-round. Reservations may be made by telephoning 303.569.2311 or writing [email protected]
Hotel de Paris Museum educates a broad and diverse audience about the site’s importance to Georgetown, Colorado, the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District, the State of Colorado, and the United States of America.
For more information, go to www.hoteldeparismuseum.org.