Molly Brown House Museum
1340 Pennsylvania Street
Denver, Colorado 80203
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 enhancing the city’s unique identity by telling the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown’s activism, philanthropy and passion through educational programs, exhibits and stewardship.
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. 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.
The Molly Brown House Museum is proud to be a National Trust Distinctive Destination, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. National Trust members receive $2 off their admission price and 10% off merchandise in the Museum Store. Visit the National Trust website here
for more information on the program.
Name that Rivet: The Ultimate Titanic Scandal Game Show!
April 16th 6:00- 8:00pm $15.00
Test your knowledge and see how much you know about the Titanic. From port cities to scandalous affairs to the largest fortunes amassed in history, learn some hints as you go through the house to win some Titanic themed prizes. Featuring drinks from Black Canyon Distillery.
Women of the Titanic Tea
Saturday, April 25th 11:15 am, 2:15 pm
How much luggage did a first class passenger have compared to a third class passenger? How many times did one change outfits while on board ship? Learn fun, fashionable facts about the Titanic first-hand from the survivors while sipping tea and nibbling on dainty treats.
Diamonds in the Daytime: The Changing Fashions of Margaret Brown’s World
– a way of dressing, a personal statement, a mode of creation, a moment in time. While fashion evokes images of beauty and glamour, in reality the history of fashion has been shaped by political and social upheavals, health issues, technology, environment, and economic status.
The world that Margaret Tobin Brown was born into saw significant changes in fashion in America. The way clothing was manufactured, how women shopped, and changing gender roles all reflected new modes of living for women.
Diamonds in the Daytime explores shifting fashion modes as a reflection of social change as America moved through the Gilded Age and into the Great Depression. Margaret Brown was both a witness to and agent of the great changes during her life and became a fashion icon in her own right.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) awarded $19,000 from their Museums for America grant to the Molly Brown House Museum. The museum will use the grant funds to further the longevity of a textile collection important to the Museum’s historical themes and safe guard it for future generations.
Hours of Operation
The house museum and
exhibits may be viewed
by guided tour only.
Click here for information about tours
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.
The Museum Store
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
We are a proud
SCFD Tier III organization.
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