Welcome to Molly Brown House Museum

Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum enhances Denver’s unique identity by telling the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown’s activism, philanthropy and passion through educational programs, exhibits, and stewardship.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

PLAN YOUR FUTURE VISIT

General Hours

Wednesday – Saturday
10:00am-4:00pm

Sunday
Noon-4:00pm

In accordance with physical distancing and public gathering guidelines, the Museum will be operating on a reduced schedule. All tickets must be purchased here before arriving at the Museum.

Welcome to Molly Brown House Museum

General Hours

Wednesday – Saturday
10:00am-4:00pm

Sundays   Noon-4:00pm

In accordance with physical distancing and public gathering guidelines, the Museum will be operating on a reduced schedule. All tickets must be purchased here before arriving at the Museum.

Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum enhances Denver’s unique identity by telling the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown’s activism, philanthropy and passion through educational programs, exhibits, and stewardship.

LEARN MORE

UPCOMING EVENTS

PLAN YOUR FUTURE VISIT

Do Your Part!

  • Stay home if you’re feeling ill

  • Wear your mask at all times while on Museum property

  • Stay at least 6 feet away from people who are not part of your party

  • Wash your hands regularly

Help us to keep all of our guests, volunteers, and staff healthy and safe!

Historical of image of Margaret Brown clutching the pearl necklace she is wearing. Image has been altered so that the skirt of her gown is now made of the American Flag and she is wearing a mask.

Want to take a tour of the Molly Brown House from home?

Check out a series of Virtual Tours that will take you through the home of the Unsinkable Margaret “Molly” Brown. These narrated tours will help you explore the Brown’s home and story room-by-room.

Find this new series now on our YouTube channel:

Historic Denver’s YouTube Channel

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.

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.

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MUSEUM
HAPPENINGS

Open for almost 50 years, the Museum serves over 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.

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