The Molly Brown House Museum is multi-story, Victorian-era home constructed in 1889. We try to be as accessible as possible; however, due to the historic nature of the home, only the first floor of the house and lower-level Natural Resources Education Center are accessible via the lift.
The Molly Brown House Museum will strive to accommodate your needs. Please contact us in advance of your tour with any accessibility questions not covered below at 303-832-4092 or email@example.com.
- Two accessible restrooms are located in the Natural Resources Education Center via the lift, and one in the Carriage House Museum Store. A family-friendly restroom with changing station is located in the Natural Resources Education Center.
- The Molly Brown House Museum does not restrict nursing in public spaces in accordance with 2016 Colorado Revised Statutes CO Rev Stat § 25-6-302 (2016) which states “A mother may breast-feed in any place she has a right to be.”
- Bus access: The Molly Brown House Museum is accessible via public transit. There are a number of bus stops nearby. For the closest on your route, use the RTD Trip Planner: https://www.rtd-denver.com/app/plan. Please note that the museum’s accessible entrance is located off the alley between 13th and 14th avenues.