This event occurs weekly, on Sunday and Sunday.
“Famous the wide world over,” Hotel de Paris began in 1875 and is older than the State of Colorado. Dating from the state’s silver mining boom, the property offered a first-class French restaurant, showrooms for traveling salesmen, and luxurious lodging. The idealized French inn catered to wealthy businessmen, railroad tycoons, mining investors, and outdoor adventure seekers during the Gilded Age. After the Silver Panic of 1893, Hotel de Paris steadily declined; in 1954, the hotel was purchased and opened as a museum. Restored period rooms showcase the building’s original furnishings, which are faithfully arranged. The site’s authenticity provides a fascinating window into the lives of the hotel’s proprietors, workers, builders, and guests. Open daily May 27-September 30, and weekends October 1-December 10. General admission is $7; discounts are available for youths, seniors, active military and their families, AAA, and members of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Hotel de Paris Museum is situated at 409 6th Street, Georgetown, CO 80444. ADA accessible. Gift shop. Free parking.
Hotel de Paris Museum/National Trust for Historic Preservation
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