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Our iconic landmarks and the character of Denver’s historic neighborhoods need and deserve our support. Historic Denver’s work would not continue without support from the community that values the quality of life a well-preserved city presents.


Please help us preserve and promote Denver’s unique character by joining our cadre of annual supporters.


Membership*

*Check out our Senior levels! Our members over 65 years enjoy special discounts on membership dues.

**Happy Hour Passes grant free admission to one of Historic Denver’s One Past 5 Happy Hour or Molly Brown House Museum’s Young Professional Thirsty Thursday events. There are typically 6-8 of these Happy Hour events each year. Subject to availability, please RSVP at least two weeks before the event to reserve your spot by calling 303-534-5288 extension 7 for One Past 5 and 303-832-4092 extension 17 for Thirsty Thursday.

***The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association is a growing network of museums and cultural institutions around the county. If you renew at the Associate level ($125) or above, you will receive free or discounted admission and reciprocal benefits at these museums. For more information on NARM and a complete listing of participating museums, visit narmassociation.org or call (303)534-5288 extension 7.


Interested in supporting at a higher level? For more information please call (303)534-5288 extension 7.

Why join the Molly Brown House Museum and Historic Denver? 

Your support now will set us on our way and make possible the implementation of several key, transformational efforts:

 - Implementation of a proactive advocacy agenda that will include financial and technical assistance to neighborhoods and property owners seeking to protect and reuse historic places

 - Creation of a reserve fund to support the Molly Brown House Museum and preservation advocacy

 - Reinvestment in our key resource, the Molly Brown House, including the rehabilitation of the masonry front porch, stabilization of the north chimney, carriage house roof replacement and improvements to collections storage

 - Continued leadership on the first-ever citywide survey of historic resources, Discover Denver, which includes the first pilot survey of Architects Small House Service Bureau homes

 - Publication of a Spanish-language version of Discovering Denver: Brick by Brick, our 4th grade Denver history resource, so that we can better adapt to the changing demographics in our region

 - Each of these efforts will place the organization and our city’s historic resources on a path to a sustainable future, amplifying the preservation voice and ensuring that our legacy architecture and the local stories represented by the built environment are an essential part of our community’s growth and development.