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Summer 2023 Hours
(June 5th – August 27th)

Monday – Sunday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm*

*Last Museum Entry is at 4:20pm.

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.

Art on Penn: Seurat-Style Sip and Paint
Art on Penn: Seurat-Style Sip and Paint
Join us at the Molly Brown House Museum to have fun creating a piece of art! For our June program, Amy will help us create a Seurat-esque painting using a parasol photograph of our own Margaret “Molly” Brown. Our instructor, Amy Marsh, will guide every student step by step to create your art piece while you enjoy sipping a beverage! Be sure to bring an ID to participate in any alcoholic beverages.

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Under the Lens: Food at the Fair
Under the Lens: Food at the Fair
On June 27, our Under the Lens topic looks at food at the World’s Fair. Just like the new inventions, newer foods were served and marketed at expositions like the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago. Some of the items debuted, like pancake mix and shredded wheat, stuck with American menus. Let’s explore the foods that was served and may have been made popular at World’s Fairs in this Under the Lens program hosted at the historic home of Margaret “Molly” Brown.
1340 Penn After Hours: Sexy Sarah
1340 Penn After Hours: Sexy SarahThe Art and Eroticism of Sarah Bernhardt
Her mother was a courtesan. Her father was the illegitimate half-brother of Napoleon III. She performed for prisoners, soldiers, and kings. Her life was theatrical on and off the stage. Who was Sarah Bernhardt and how did she become the most famous actress to ever live? Ticket includes snacks and one drink. Additional drinks are available for purchase.


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.