About the Molly Brown House Museum
Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum is among the most visited historic sites in the state of Colorado, and one of only a handful of sites nationally dedicated to the interpretation of a woman’s story. Open for more than 43 years, the Museum serves nearly 50,000 people every year, including 10,000 youth, successfully achieving its mission to “accurately portray the story of Margaret Tobin Brown within the context of her lifetime in order to inspire courage, conviction and pro-active change in her spirit.”
Respected for innovative programming and on-going operational success, in 2012 Historic Denver and the Molly Brown House Museum had a $2.7 million economic impact on the region and generated 3.8 million media impressions across the globe. It is now time for Historic Denver and the community to reinvest in the Museum through capital improvements and implement a new vision for engaging diverse audiences with Denver’s rich history.
Here’s how you can be a part of Margaret Brown’s legacy today…
About Historic Denver Inc.
As one of the nation’s premier historic preservation organizations, Historic Denver, Inc. protects the historic neighborhoods that make Denver unique. We also continue to operate our first preservation success, the Molly Brown House Museum. Almost four decades into our journey, it is our goal to be a city that respects its past as it plans for the future. MORE HERE.
Denver Story Trek
Denver Story Trek is an interactive, self-guided exploration through Denver. From parks, street corners, homes and businesses, Denver is full of old places that do not just remind locals that they are home, but that tell the stories of our shared past and remind us that we are not the first people to live, work, play and visit the Mile High City. You can follow a Featured Trek or customize your own tour and learn about the city’s historic landscapes and landmarks. MORE HERE
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Mother’s Day Tea
Saturday, May 10th, Sunday, May 11th
$24.00 adults/ $18.00 children 6-12
Treat your Mom to tea and create wonderful new memories together. After conversing over hot tea, savory sandwiches, decadent desserts and a tour of the museum, Mom can shop in the Museum Store and pick out her own unique gift. Gift certificates are available! Suitable for ages 6 and up. Tickets available here...
“All Who Need Aid”
April 4th – May 16th, 2014
The Colorado Coal Field Wars of 1913-1914 proved to be one of the most violent and deadly labor strikes in the United States. Many well-known female reformers responded to the events at Ludlow immediately including Margaret Brown. Mrs. Brown brokered talks between the unions and capitalists and generated international attention in support of miners’ rights. All Who Need Aid takes an in-depth look at these female reformers and the positive change they affected on behalf of Colorado’s mine workers, as well the impact these events have made on our state today. The All Who Need exhibit is a project by students at the University of Colorado at Denver under Senior Instructor Rebecca Hunt, Ph.D.
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Hours of Operation
Year - Round Admission
By Guided Tour Only :
Open at 10:00 am
Last Tour starts at 3:30 pm
Open at 12:00 pm
Last Tour starts at 3:30 pm
Guided tours start every 30 minutes; subject to availability
Tickets are sold in person on a first come, first serve basis.
Reservations can be made for groups of 10 or more people.
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The Museum Store:
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Molly Brown House Museum
1340 Pennsylvania Street
Denver, Colorado 80203
Phone - 303.832-4092
Fax - 303.832-2340
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