Field Trip Programs

The Molly Brown House Museum offers tours and programs for students year round! 

Due to the uncertainty of these times, we are reevaluating our programs to ensure the safety of our guests.  We will reimagine these programs to meet the needs of our visitors and provide rich cultural experiences and learning for all.  Be sure to check back frequently for updates.

Reservations for Fall coming soon! 

*Please note that you will be taken to Explorable Places to complete your booking request. Looking for in-classroom programming? See our complete list of available offerings here.

Field Trip Reservation Request


Due to the small spaces within the museum, we do not allow more than 1 chaperone per 10 students. This number includes the teacher. Please be mindful of the number of adults attending the field trip as we may not be able to allow all chaperones in with the school tour.

House Tours

We have transformed our traditional historic house tour into one that puts history into their hands! Not only that, but we have extended the length of our on-site field trips and incorporated more hands-on learning opportunities for your students. Field trip programming now lasts 75 minutes.

Operation: Curator (K-6th):

Walk in Molly’s footsteps! Explore the home of legendary Titanic heroine Margaret “Molly” Brown through the eyes of a curator. Find out about your duties and responsibilities, and get some hand-on experience while learning about the history of Colorado and the Brown family. This interactive tour and program are a perfect way to supplement a unit on Colorado history, women’s history, mining history, and more! We can accommodate up to 30 people per tour (students and adults). Tours are approximately 75 minutes and include a hands-on program. Reservations are required.

Cost: $7.00 per student, Chaperones: $6.00, Teachers free

Molly’s Neighborhood Walking Tour (3rd-HS):

See history in person! This walking tour of Capitol Hill explores the many lives of some of the buildings that are still here from when the Brown’s lived in the neighborhood. See the places they saw while learning about what it took to make Denver, Denver. Walking tours are available Tuesday-Friday, last approximately an hour and take place entirely outside.

Cost: $5.00 per student, Chaperones: $6.00, Teachers free!

Combo Tour (3rd-HS):

Combine Operation: Curator and Molly’s Neighborhood Walking Tour for an in depth experience for students.  After your students are done being curators for the day, take a stroll around and learn about the neighborhood when Margaret lived here and how it became the Capitol Hill neighborhood we know today.  Walking tours last approximately an hour and take place entirely outside. Combo tours are only available on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Cost: $10.00 per student, Chaperones: $6.00, Teachers free!

Thanks to the generosity of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, both on-site and outreach programs can be offered at a low or no cost. Call 303.832.4092 x17 for more information. Please note that it is still $6.00 per chaperone.

Joint Tours With the Byers-Evans House Museum

Your students will journey back in time to meet some of Denver’s most influential women on this joint tour.

Tours begin at 10 a.m. and conclude by 1:30 p.m. Students will tour both the Molly Brown House Museum and the Byers-Evans House Museum (now the Center for Colorado Women’s History). They’ll also learn state and local history on a self-guided walking tour between the two locations (approximately six blocks). The maximum number of students allowed for this tour is 75. Please note that the tour at the Molly Brown House Museum is a general tour, not Operation: Curator.

Book your Molly Brown House Museum Tour.
Book your Byers-Evans House Museum Tour.

Please note: You must book both tours separately; please notate that you are booking the joint Molly Brown/Byers-Evans House Tour when making reservations.