The Molly Brown House was the home of a philanthropist, socialite and activist Margaret Brown. She was also known as “Unsinkable Molly Brown” as she was survived the tragic incident of sinking Titanic. Exhibits on display tell us a story about her life.
The only way to get an admission in this museum is by way of a guided tour. A 45 minutes of a guided tour will take you through life story of Margaret Brown. You may purchase tickets from the Carriage House Visitor’s centre.
- Tours may be sold out or unavailable at times, make sure you inquire in advance.
- You can book a private event at the museum or be a part of special events organized by the museum.
- Museum will be closed on New Year's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.
- Museum store timings: Tuesdays - Saturdays 10:00 am - 4:30 pm.
- Sundays - 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm.
- Mondays (June 15th - August 15th) - 10:00 am - 4:30 pm.
- Children (up to 5 years) – FREE; Children (6-12) - $5; Adults (13-64) - $8; Seniors (65+) - $7
- Active military personnel and students with valid ID - $7
Summer hours 2017:
June 12th- 20th August
- Monday to Saturday: 9:30am (first tour starts) –3:30pm (last tour starts)
- Sunday: 12pm (first tour starts) – 3:30pm (last tour starts)
- RTD Bus# 6 and 16 will take you to Grant St & 14th Avenue.
- RTD Bus# 10 to 12th Ave & Pennsylvania St.
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29.74% of people who visit Denver include Molly Brown House Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
38.89% of people start their Molly Brown House Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Molly Brown House Museum
80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Molly Brown House Museum
We had such a great time that we are already planning to go back. We were about 30 minutes early which worked out perfect because the gift shop was really cool. Our Docent was amazing! She was a great story teller and very lively in her words. If you enjoy history, antiques, decor or just curious how the rich lived back then, I highly recommend checking out the Molly Brown House Museum. If you're more interested in the Titanic, then I recommend the gift shop which is behind the house, no ticket needed to enter.
For the history buffs! Went on a slow day, and had a personal tour of about 45 minutes. Fascinating history of early Denver and Titanic. Small gift store in back is where you get tickets. They were happy about my museum reciprocal membership. Parking might be tough. Located outside of the direct downtown area, you might find street parking within a block. That might have a benefit of giving you a chance to see some of the old houses in the neighborhood.
The story of Mrs. Brown is truly a tale for the ages. From why she was on the Titanic to her life in Colorado, and her roles in society you will learn it all and the house is almost exactly as it was in 1910 when Mrs. Brown had it photographed. The rooms are all as they were and you can see how high society lived in the early 20th century. The tour guides are all incredibly knowledgeable and can answer all your questions.
Fascinating look at the lives lived by the wealthy people of last century. Very informative tour, interesting things to look at, and very well-restored home. They have many of the Brown family's original possessions, with the collection rounded out with many other interesting period pieces.
Great piece of Denver history. Short tour lasting about 45 minutes to an hour which makes it a great time killer or an in between event that can be enjoyed by the whole family.