Molly Brown House Museum

Capitol Hill

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In a Nutshell

  • Restored historical building
  • Guided tours run daily
  • Learn about a folk heroine

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Knowledge is power, which is why all emergency preparedness kits should have at least one copy of Poor Richard’s Almanack in them. Charge up waning minds with today's Groupon to the Molly Brown House Museum. Choose from the following options:

  • For $8, you get two adult passes (a $16 value).
  • For $6, you get two senior passes (a $12 value).
  • For $4, you get two child passes (an $8 value).

Named one of Denver's Best Smaller-Scale Museums in 2011, the Molly Brown House Museum cultivates curiosity with restored 20th-century architecture and a glimpse into the life of American activist Margaret Tobin Brown. Step into the house-shaped time machine and explore an authentic Capitol Hill mansion decorated with Victorian-era accouterments and carefully preserved steam-powered girdles. Through historic paint analysis, architectural study, and photographic research of the original 14-room residence, the museum reflects the lavish glamour of turn-of-the-century wealth. Throughout the day, guides lead 45-minute tours through rococo rooms, including a gilt foyer illuminated by stained-glass windows, parlors sporting polished tea sets, and a library lined with James Patterson novels stuffed inside first-edition Sherlock Holmes covers.

Museum docents pepper standard tour-guide language with obscure facts about the home and its outspoken and self-motivated owner. Nicknamed the Unsinkable Molly Brown after surviving the sinking of the Titanic, this Colorado socialite rose to prominence from humble beginnings as the daughter of a humility teacher in Hannibal, Missouri. Brown campaigned for the rights of miners and women as a Progressive political activist and traveled the world to satisfy her insatiable wanderlust and comprehensive passport-stamp collection.

Customer Reviews

our tour guide was awesome!
Deborah K. · May 4, 2012
I love how much I learned!
Lora E. · April 16, 2012
excellent docent
Abbe C. · March 21, 2012
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    Capitol Hill

    1340 Pennsylvania St.

    Denver, Colorado 80203

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