Hotel de Paris Opens for Tours
Hotel de Paris Museum is open for daily tours! See thousands of historic artifacts, original to the building, in what is known as the most unique and complete parcel of early Colorado history in the state. Hotel de Paris Museum, a Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Colorado.
$10 Adults (18-64 years)
$9 AAA members; 10% savings
$5 Seniors (65+ years); 50% savings
$5 National Trust for Historic Preservation members; 50% savings $3 Youths (7-17 years); 70% savings
FREE Children (0-6 years)
Tours are FREE to the residents of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District
Georgetown Pack Burro Race @ 11:00am
In the early days of the mining industry in Colorado, miners would take burros through the mountains of Colorado while prospecting. Because the burros were carrying supplies, the miners could not ride the animals and so they would walk, leading the donkey.
The Georgetown Pack Burro Race commemorates these miners and their burros. Observe this unique, 8 mile race from the streets of Georgetown starting at 11am!
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Burro Beer Garden 10:00am – 2:00pm @ Hotel de Paris
Gather in the outdoor courtyards and indoor Annex building of Hotel de Paris Museum and celebrate Colorado’s official summer heritage sport as runners race from Georgetown to Empire and back. Beer from Guanella Pass Brewery, the first brewery in Georgetown, Colorado since Prohibition. Hosts: Hotel de Paris Museum and Guanella Pass Brewing Company.
Mountain Jams Concert, Library Park, @1:00pm-4:00pm
Experience great live music as well as Georgetown’s beautiful mountain weather in the historic district. Mountain Jams music festival kicks off on May 28th, featuring a summer of live music brought to you by the Friends of the Georgetown Library, the Town of Georgetown, and the Georgetown Cultural Arts Program.