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At Home with Molly Brown

Free digital resources for you to use at home.

During the COVID-19 outbreak, the Molly Brown House Museum is providing free resources that can be used in the safety of your own home. Questions or comments? Feel free to send us an email at education@mollybrown.org. Stay safe!

Start here with a brief biography of Margaret “Molly” Brown!

Coloring Sheets:
Coloring isn’t just for the kids! Coloring has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety in adults. What better way than to relax with a Margaret Brown inspired artwork? Grab the colored pencils and get started!

Virtual Backgrounds:
Tired of the same old Zoom backgrounds? Have your meeting in the Molly Brown House Museum instead!

Community Book Club:
The Community Book Club is a collaborative effort between the Center for Colorado Women’s History and the Molly Brown House Museum. Each year, we select six books to read and discuss them in one of our historic house museums. For more information, contact Mike Erickson at michael.erickson@state.co.us.

Between the Lions
Want even more? Check out our Between the Lions blog! Articles focus on the life and times of the Brown Family, early Colorado and Denver history, and of course on the Brown’s themselves!

Virtual Exhibits

Over the past two years, the Molly Brown House Museum has partnered with the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD). Working with staff and volunteers, RMCAD students have completed independent research and produced two two original exhibits. Take a look!

Culture Knows no Bounds

Then & Now: Reflecting on the 1918 Pandemic