We currently offer guided tours in the mornings and an “Explore on Your Own” option the whole day. Museum tickets are available for purchase by following the “Purchase Tickets” link above.
Please note that – some times each day may be sold out or unavailable – tickets are released several months at a time and may not be available until the month before your visit.
Museum Store Hours
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Hours: 10:00 am until 30 minutes prior to Museum closing.
Last museum entry is at 4:20pm.
Entry limited to 12 guests at a time. If your party is larger than 12, please call 303-832-4092, ext. 11.
The Museum is closed New Year’s Day, MLK Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve.
Colorado Residents receive $2 off their ticket type
Guided Tour Tickets:
$20 Adults (ages 19-69)
$18 Seniors (70 and up)
$18 Military/Teachers/College Students (with ID)
$16 Juniors (ages 6-18)
Explore On Your Own:
$16 Adults (ages 19-69)
$14 Seniors (70 and up)
$14 Military/Teachers/College Students (with ID)
$12 Juniors (ages 6-18)
FREE Members and children 5 and under
See below for Free & Reduced Admission Partners
On-street parking is available in one and two hour increments throughout the neighborhood. There are also pay lots in the neighborhood, the closest located at the SW corner of 13th Avenue and Logan Street one block west.
Located 5 blocks away is the Cultural Center parking garage which services the Denver Art Museum and the Colorado History Museum and has hourly and daily parking rates.
Bus parking is located on Grant between 14th and Colfax, on the east side of the Capitol building, approximately 3 blocks west of the Museum. Additional bus parking is located on Lincoln between 14th and Colfax, on the west side of the Capitol building, approximately 4 blocks west of the Museum, and on Broadway between 14th and Colfax, on the east side of Civic Center Park, approximately 5 blocks west of the Museum.
The Molly Brown House Museum is a multi-story, Victorian-era home constructed in 1889. We strive to be as accessible as possible; however, due to the historic nature of the home, only the first floor of the house and basement exhibit space are accessible via lift.
For a complete list of accessibility features and programs, visit our Accessibility page.
At the Molly Brown House Museum we are happy to welcome guests from all over the world. Below are links to guides in English and some of the languages most needed by our international visitors. Please print out and bring your guide with you on your visit.
Rules of Civility
We at Historic Denver embrace our role as a community resource and destination. Our visitors are an important part of our mission to model relationships of mutual respect. At the Molly Brown House Museum we provide evidence-based history from multiple perspectives and are committed to sharing the contributions of all our area’s residents, past and present. Our Board, Staff, and Volunteers strive to create an environment of mutual respect and civility so that we may provide a safe and inclusive experience for all. To do so, we ask that you agree to refrain from the following:
Any distracting or unsafe behavior that interferes with other visitors, staff, or volunteers
Any violation of museum procedures or policies, including staff requests
Any acts or conduct in violation of federal, state, or local laws, ordinances, or regulation
Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum does not allow threatening, insulting, or harassing behavior, or abusive language. This includes behavior and/or speech based on, but not limited to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, age, citizenship status, ethnicity, veteran status, gender expression, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
By visiting the MBHM and/or a MBHM event, you accept our Rules of Civility. You are further acknowledging that MBHM reserves the right to deny or revoke access to any person who MBHM believes is violating our Rules of Civility. Noncompliance may result in your being required to leave and being denied access to MBHM in the future.
How to prepare for your visit:
2023 SCFD Voter Days
Free admission for the residents of: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties – must show ID. January 28th, April 18th, June 1st & August 1st. On free day, please consider making a donation according to your ability. The Museum is much busier on free days, so also consider visiting on a regular admission day instead. If you have a large group or a group with special needs, we can book a tour any other day by offering free or reduced admission. No public guided tours, private groups or school group tours will be scheduled on free days.
Free & Reduced Admission Partners
My Denver Card
The Molly Brown House Museum is pleased to allow children with the My Denver Card free admission to the museum with an adult paying full price admission. This is valid Friday-Sunday all year, along with every day during Spring Break, Winter Break, and Summer Break. Use code MYDENVER during checkout. (Only valid for the Explore the Museum On Your Own tickets.)
National Trust Distinctive Destinations is a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation featuring a group of diverse historic sites across the country that help illustrate the breadth and depth of the American story. National Trust members receive $2 off their admission price and 10% off merchandise in the Museum Store. Use code DISTINCT during checkout. (Only valid for the Explore the Museum On Your Own tickets.)
The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association® is one of the largest reciprocal membership programs in the world with members in the United States, Bermuda, Canada, El Salvador and Mexico! NARM has over 1,000 arts, cultural, and historical institutions along with botanical gardens, children’s museums, science and technology centers and more that offer their individual NARM qualified members reciprocal benefits. NARM Membership grants free admission to the Molly Brown House Museum, discounts to Historic Denver Walking Tours, and 10% off in the museum store. NARM Memberships can be purchased in the Molly Brown House Museum Visitor’s Center & Museum Store or online here. Use code NARM during checkout to reserve your tickets. (Only valid for Explore the Museum On Your Own tickets.)
Library Pass Partners
The Library Pass Partner Program is designed to give library card holders the chance to visit the Molly Brown House Museum with their library membership. The Molly Brown House Museum is currently partnered with the 7 following library districts in Colorado: Aurora, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Longmont. Please visit your library district website to secure a pass and receive the code to reserve tickets.
Library Passes can be redeemed for up to four Explore the Museum On Your Own tickets on the date specified on your library pass confirmation. The pass does not guarantee a tour spot. Tickets are available on a first-come, first serve basis. Please note that some tour times each day may be sold out or unavailable. For best redemption odds, please arrive as early in the day as possible on the date of visit.
Museums for All
Through Museums for All, those receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) can gain free or reduced admission to more than 400 museums throughout the United States. Simply present your SNAP EBT (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Electronic Benefit Transfer) card. The Molly Brown House Museum is proud to offer a reduced admission rate of $2.00 a person to anyone who presents their EBT card upon purchase. To reserve your discounted tickets online, use code SNAP at checkout. (Only valid for Explore the Museum On Your Own tickets.)
Museums for All is an initiative of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), a federal agency based in Washington, DC. The initiative is administered by the Association of Children’s Museums through a cooperative agreement with IMLS.