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Tuesdays, 10am – 7pm*

Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am-5 pm*

*Last entry into the museum is 1 hour prior to museum closing

Margaret Brown may be best known as a survivor of the Titanic, but she was so much more. Hear her incredible story as you tour her home with one of our knowledgeable guides. Learn about her family and the integral roles they played in her life, most especially that of husband J.J. Brown. Mother, wife, philanthropist, suffragist, actress–Margaret Brown’s story is so much bigger than anything you’ve seen in the movies.

Tintype Portraits at Victorian Horrors
Tintype Portraits at Victorian HorrorsPicture Yourself in History!
Visit Victorian Horrors and sign up for your authentic 1850’s Tintype Portrait. Forged in pure silver and durable enough to last centuries, tintypes were the first prominent form of photography. Book your portrait session today with The Tintype Company.
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Victorian Horrors
Victorian Horrors Our Author Spirits are Back!
Victorian Horrors is back for its 30th year! Come celebrate three decades of Victorian Horrors with chilling tales written by well-known but long gone authors theatrically portrayed by acclaimed local actors. See these theatric portrayals throughout areas of the historic home on October 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28.
Is Mrs. Brown Still Here?
Is Mrs. Brown Still Here?Learn about Spiritualism and see how perceptive you are!
Do you have what it takes to meet a ghost in the historic Molly Brown House Museum? Otherworld Paranormal Events shows us how we might contact the ghostly residents of 1340 Pennsylvania. Learn about various ghost-hunting methods in the historic home of Margaret Tobin Brown and maybe
you will answer: Is Mrs. Brown still Here? This program will host two sessions, 6PM and 9PM

Restoration of the
Molly Brown House Museum

On December 11, 1970, Historic Denver, Inc. was formed in a grass roots effort to save the House of Lions from demolition. Through several phases of restoration the house has been restored to its original splendor. We encourage you to visit the Museum to lend your support, see the restoration work first-hand, and learn about Denver’s own Unsinkable Margaret Brown.