How to Visit
1. Take exit 228 toward Georgetown.
2. Turn east onto 15th Street.
3. Take the 1st right onto Argentine Street – Co Rd 306.
4. Continue to follow Argentine Street – Co Rd 306.
5. Turn left at 6th Street.
6. The Hotel de Paris Museum™ will be on the right.
Take an immersive virtual walk through Hotel de Paris Museum™. Technology allowed us to create a virtual carbon copy of Louis Dupuy’s Hotel de Paris. High definition resolution affords a real-life experience with the ability to explore every room, stitched together in a seamless, interactive environment. Powered by Matterport and presented by BRIOscapes..
Hotel de Paris Museum™ is the most unique and complete parcel of early Colorado history in the state. Knowledgeable docents share culinary history and reveal why Louis Dupuy (the best cook in the Colorado Territory) was called the Mysterious Frenchman, the Hotel Prince, French Louie, the Oddest Host in America, and the Father of Domestic Science in America.
Tours originate in our Museum Shop, located at 409 6th Street in Georgetown, Colorado. Tours take place at 10A, 11A, 1P, 2P, and 3P. Allow 1 hour. ADA accessible on first story. Visits to second story require the use of stairs. For your comfort in our high altitude, we encourage the consumption of bottled water and the use of a pocket size oxygen canisters. Photography allowed.
Online tickets purchased two days in advance through ModTickets guarantee the tour time that best suits your schedule.
Interested in a private group tour for 10 or more people? Contact us in advance for details, including reduced admission rates for Adults (18-64 years). Allow 1 hour. ADA accessible on first story. Visits to second story require the use of stairs. For your comfort in our high altitude, we encourage the consumption of bottled water and the use of a pocket size oxygen canisters. Photography allowed.
Bus unloading and loading is in front of the museum.
Rent This Space
Planning an event for up to 40 people away from the hustle-and-bustle of Denver? Hotel de Paris Museum™ offers Old West atmosphere, on-site parking, and ADA access. Our venue is perfect for business meetings, fundraising events, milestone celebrations, and weddings.
It is good luck to be married by the boy and duck fountain.
See Hotel de Paris Museum™ decked in festive Victorian style decorations. Self-guided tours run continuously from 10A-3:30P. Allow 30 minutes. ADA accessible on first story. Visits to second story require the use of stairs. For your comfort in our high altitude, we encourage the consumption of bottled water and the use of a pocket size oxygen canisters. Photography allowed.
Holiday photos are special in front of our themed Christmas trees.
(Click a date to purchase tickets)
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Hotel de Paris Museum wine events are immersive food and drink experiences rooted in the history of the site. Small format bottles of wine from France and California are served with individually boxed charcuterie and cheese. Live music sets the mood for a sophisticated and intimate evening. 21 years + only. $55/person
Purchasing tickets at least two days in advance reserves your spot.
Film This Space
Our preserved hotel and restaurant dates from 1875-1900 and is an authentic relic of the Old West. Because of its completeness (90% of the original furnishings have survived), Hotel de Paris Museum™ lends itself to period dramas and historical documentaries; however, our Eastlake architecture and Aesthetic Movement interior spaces make the setting tasteful, worldly, and timeless.
Movies, documentaries, and television stories have been filmed at the museum. CBS Television based its sets for the Western adventure series “Hotel de Paree” on the hotel and its extensive collection of original furnishings.
Musician and storyteller Leon Littlebird embodies the spirit of Colorado. With roots in both pioneer and native cultures, he understands the magic of the mountains and the Southwest. This connection to the rich history of Colorado comes through in Leon’s music. A prolific songwriter and performer, his unique style tells tales of Colorado and the people of the Western United States. His performances shape compelling stories into a musical show that leaves audiences asking for more.
Leon also officiates weddings.