What We Are
We are your basecamp to the summit. GHC Workspace is 45 miles from downtown Denver yet is worlds away in the heart of the picturesque Georgetown – Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District, in Georgetown’s fully restored 1874 School.
Built through collaboration, the GHC Workspace is Clear Creek County’s first place to meet, work, innovate, perform, and put dreams into action.
Where We Are
Georgetown, Colorado has an historic heart with an active, forward moving beat offering rock climbing, fourteener summitting, slope shredding, mountain biking, rapid shooting, ziplining, train riding, easy hiking, and bird watching at your fingertips. We are the gateway to the Rocky Mountains and a day trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. Heck, you can even gamble a half hour away.
Who We Are
The “GHC” in GHC Workspace stands for the Georgetown Heritage Center is owned and operated by the Georgetown Trust for Conservation and Preservation, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to building community through historic preservation, arts and education, affordable housing, and economic sustainability. The Georgetown Heritage Center/GHC Workspace currently has three permanent tenants: The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program, the Clear Creek County Library District Local History Archives, and the Clear Creek County Extension Service. The Workspace expands our dedication to collaboration, learning, performance, community strengthening amenity for Clear Creek County.