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Location
305 Argentine STreet Georgetown, Colorado
United States
39.704763, -105.698513
Description
The Hamill House Museum is the centerpiece of Historic Georgetown, Inc.'s comprehensive residential interpretation of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District (designated 1966) within the context of the Rocky Mountain Mining West. The Hamill House Museum interprets 19th century residential living in Georgetown, Colorado: including architecture, furnishing, Victorian plants, landscaping, social and cultural lifestyles.

Originally a small cottage, this property was built by Joseph Watson in 1867 and later remodeled and vastly enlarged by his British brother-in-law William Arthur Hamill in 1879. The Hamill House presents the public with the elegant, spacious lifestyle of a silver mining magnate. Owner of extensive mining properties, Hamill's management of the famous and profitable Dives-Pelican and Terrible mining properties made him one of the best known mining men in the state of Colorado and the West.

Visit the Hamill family's beautifully restored Victorian home of the 19th century. Come along on a virtual tour of the house.
Hours of Operation
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
Closed
Friday
Closed
Saturday
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Sunday
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Prices
Infant age 0 to 2
FREE
Child age 3 to 10
FREE
Youth age 11 to 17
$4.00
Adult age 18 to 65
$5.00
Senior age 66 +
$4.00
Nearby Places
0.17 miles away

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