Join us this summer at the Molly Brown House Museum to commemorate 110 years since the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Discover a heroine’s story through rare Titanic artifacts and never-before-seen family documents. The exhibit brings survivors’ memories of that fateful night to life – including those of Margaret Brown. She was not known as “Unsinkable” during her lifetime, but instead as the “Heroine of the Titanic.”
Go back in time to 1912 as you walk through the Browns’ Capitol Hill house and find awe-inspiring objects, photographs, and documents in every room. You will follow the experience of Margaret Brown, a survivor who helped row a lifeboat through the night to safety. She made it her mission to comfort and raise money for Titanic’s immigrant passengers who lost everything on their journey to a new world.
Learn about the tragedy through Margaret’s many Titanic interviews including her first one, given when she was still on board the rescue ship. Her memories and those of other Titanic survivors will prove just how difficult it can be to know what really happened that night.
The exhibit runs April 1 – September 25, 2022 and is included with your museum ticket purchase.
Special thanks to our partners: Titanic Museums (Branson, MO/Pigeon Forge, TN), Stanley & Laurel Lehrer Collection, Brian Hawley & Eric Sauder Collection, Joe Halpern Collection, History Colorado Center, White Star Memories Collection, and the Telecommunications History Group