Access Programs

Sensory-Friendly Mornings

We know that the guided tour format doesn’t always work for individuals on the Autism Spectrum. The Molly Brown House Museum invites families and individuals on the spectrum, or with other special needs, to join us for a self-guided experience, followed by hands-on activities.

Sensory-Friendly Mornings take place from 9:00-10:00AM on the following dates:

February 2, 2020

April 19, 2020

May 31, 2020

September 13, 2020

November 8, 2020

To make a reservation, please email with your preferred date.

SPARK! Tour for People With Memory Loss

SPARK! is a FREE program for people experiencing mild memory loss (early stage Alzheimer’s or a related dementia), and their family, friends and guests. SPARK! programs feature interactive experiences in a welcoming environment. Trained educators and guides engage participants in lively discussions, art-making, social engagement, and other hands-on multi-sensory activities. Programs spark the minds of participants with conversation, creativity and engagement.

SPARK! programs at the Molly Brown House Museum take place from 1:30-3:30 on the following dates:

January 27—A-Tisket, A-Tasket
“I wrote a letter to my love…” Join us as we take a look back at the origins and history of Valentines in the United States. Learn the symbolism and meaning behind many of the images on Victorian cards and make your own to take home.

March 16—Suffrage Centennial
It’s hard to imagine a time when women didn’t have the right to vote, but it actually wasn’t that long ago. In 2020, the United States marks the centennial anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment which granted women the right to vote. We’ll take a look at how Margaret was involved in it all!

May 4—Cripes!
Many people think that the Victorians were prim and proper, but that was not was always the case. Victorians had some colorful language. Join us as we explore some of

September 28—Where in the World is Margaret?
Join us for a trip around the world as we explore the sights, sounds, and smells of some of the places the Brown’s traveled on their journeys.

November 16—Victorian Thanksgiving Traditions
How many of our Thanksgiving traditions were also Victorian traditions?  Come learn about how families like the Brown’s celebrated Thanksgiving, and relive some of the sights and smells of your own Thanksgivings.

Tour and admission to the museum are free for registered participants. Space is limited. Light refreshments provided. To register, please contact, or call 303-832-4092 x 17.

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