The Hamill House Museum is located at 305 Argentine Street in Georgetown, Colorado. The home was constructed and remodeled during 1867-1879 by a wealthy mining entrepreneur. The home interprets 19th century living in Georgetown and includes original and replicated architecture, furnishings, plants, landscaping ideas, and cultural lifestyles. Physical and virtual tours are available to the public. When visiting the museum in person visitors will witness the luxurious dycor that was once popular during this time period.
Tours are given at the house museum throughout the summer through Labor Day. Summer tours are conducted daily from 10 am to 4 pm. From September to December tours are provided on Saturday and Sunday only from 10 am to 4 pm. Reasonable admission prices are offered and discounts are given to seniors and students with school ID. Children under the age of eight are admitted for free. Group tours are also available and should be booked in advance.
A museum shop is found at the house and features a wide collection of posters, note cards, and post cards featuring the Hamill House. T-shirts and architectural drawings are also available. There are a number of Victorian books, stickers, and coloring books offered for the children.