Did You Know?

Did you know the Museum has nine flights of stairs throughout the house?

Facility Information and Handicapped Accessibility

There are no lunch facilities on the property. The Museum Store offers bottled refreshments and light snacks only. There are many restaurants within walking distance of the Museum. You may also eat sack lunches on our grounds, the Capitol building grounds 3 blocks west of the Museum, or at Civic Center Park, 5 blocks west of the Museum.

The Museum cannot accommodate strollers, large carry frames, backpacks, or suitcases. These items can all be checked at the ticket counter. 

If you are attending one of our teas or other eating experiences, please note that we cannot accommodate gluten-free or dairy-free requests at this time. Also, food may be prepared in a facility in which nuts may be used or processed. If you have dietary restrictions, please contact us at 303-832-4092 x16 before making your reservation to determine if we can accommodate your needs.


The Museum
is a multi-story, Victorian-era home constructed in 1889 and as a result is not fully accessible to all persons with disabilities.

       
  • The historic house museum is not wheelchair accessible. 
  • Walking apparatus are permissible in the museum. 
  • “Touch” tours are available to the sight impaired with advanced notice.
  • Tour scripts are available for the hearing impaired. 
  • Access to the property and museum space requires navigating stairs. 
  • Tours of the museum last approximately 45 minutes and require short periods of walking and stair-climbing and longer periods of standing. 
  • Certified service dogs are allowed in the museum only when utilized for assisted physical care.  

The Carriage House Visitor’s Center and Museum Store is accessible to most persons with disabilities.

  • The Visitor’s Center located in the Carriage House to the rear of the museum site is wheelchair and handicap accessible from the one handicap parking space adjacent to the Carriage House (a permit must be displayed).
  • Alternate tours can be provided within the Visitor’s Center space including a documentary video about Margaret Brown and her 1889 home and other visual materials relating to the historic house museum.

*** Beginning August 2015 and continuing through early 2017, there may periods of time during which the Museum's handicap parking space may be unavailable due to the restoration and capital repair projects happening at the Museum. Please contact us in advance to determine availability. 303-832-4092 x13.

The Molly Brown House Museum will strive to provide any special accommodations you may require. Please contact us in advance for these arrangements.