The Hotel de Paris Museum is a historic site registered with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and is operated by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in Colorado. The hotel is located at 409 6th Street in Georgetown, Colorado and offers a look into the life and times of the 1800s when the hotel was in operation. The museum offers many displays and exhibits in the refurbished hotel rooms and annex.
The museum is open to the public daily from 10 am to 4 pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day. In May and September through December the museum is only open on the weekends from 10 am to 4 pm. The museum is closed on Christmas Day as well as January through April of each year. Admission is charged at a reasonable fee and discounts are given to seniors aged 62 and above and to minors aged 6 through 17. Les Amis Club members and residents of the Georgetown area are admitted free of charge.
Group tours are available and groups of 10 or more are charged at a discounted rate. Advance notice of group visitations is recommended so that the museum staff may be better prepared and offer stellar service.