Dust to Dust: The Titanic Today and in the Future

2020-04-30T13:21:15-06:00

Illustration Andrea Gatti, Oceangate.com   “It was just midnight as we dropped down to the water, perhaps a minute or so after. It did not seem long before there was a great sweep of water which went over us all. A great wave rose once and then fell, and we knew that the steamer was [...]

Dust to Dust: The Titanic Today and in the Future2020-04-30T13:21:15-06:00

Volunteer Spotlight: Adam, Carrie, & Bill P.

2020-04-23T20:24:24-06:00

It started small, with one person. Adam P. came to volunteer for the Molly Brown House Museum in the summer of 2018 as a Page. Pages assist our docents on tours during their summer break. Adam helped by shepherding guests through the House, answering questions, checking tickets, and helping those who needed to leave the [...]

Volunteer Spotlight: Adam, Carrie, & Bill P.2020-04-23T20:24:24-06:00

Who was Captain Smith and What Was His Role in the Sinking of the Titanic?

2020-04-12T15:40:49-06:00

Captain Edward Smith is most famous for his role at the helm of the Titanic, the disastrous last voyage in his successful career at sea. Rumors about Captain Smith and his final hours have circulated since that fateful night, leading many to blame the captain for the sinking of the ship. Let’s explore who Edward [...]

Who was Captain Smith and What Was His Role in the Sinking of the Titanic?2020-04-12T15:40:49-06:00

A Devoted and Inspirational Mother

2020-03-23T13:01:32-06:00

Johanna Collins Tobin Margaret Tobin Brown is known as the “Unsinkable Molly Brown,” famous heroine of the Titanic. Although she was never called Molly (the name first appeared in an obituary, written by a man who had never met her), Margaret’s story has been shaped by myth and legend. At Historic Denver’s Molly [...]

A Devoted and Inspirational Mother2020-03-23T13:01:32-06:00