HGI owns and operates The Hamill House Museum, which is the centerpiece of its comprehensive residential interpretation of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District (designated 1966) within the context of the Rocky Mountain Mining West.
Originally constructed by Joseph Watson as a modest Country Gothic house in 1867, it was later purchased by Watson's wealthy brother-in-law William Arthur Hamill. By 1879, Hamill had greatly expanded the mountain estate into a lavishly beautiful home with its conservatory, gas lighting, bay windows, walnut woodwork, central heating, and luxurious interior decor. The Hamill House Museum boasts original wallpaper in many of the rooms, as well as many original pieces of furniture. The other buildings on the property include the carriage house, Mr. Hamill's granite office building, a laundry/summer kitchen, and a spacious six-seater privy.
Visit this beautifully restored 19th century home, and take a step back into the past. This is a must-see museum for visitors to the town of Georgetown.
Summer: May 25, 2019 - September 26, 2019
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12:00 - 3:00 pm.
Tours on the hour & half hour. Last tour is at 2:30 pm.
Admission Cost : $5.00 (while we are undergoing restoration work)
Rates for group tours $4.00 (a minimum of 10 people required)
Reservations required for group tours.
The Hamill House is located at 305 Argentine Street, Georgetown, Colorado.
To schedule your Group or Private Tour of the Hamill House
call Historic Georgetown at (303) 569-2840
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamill House Museum: 305 Argentine Street, Georgetown
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Historic Georgetown, Inc.
Home of the Hamill House Museum and Alpine Hose #2 Museum