Molly Brown House Museum Guided House Tour
Explore the Molly Brown House Museum on a guided tour. Follow friendly docents, who tell you the story of Denver’s Titanic heroine and activist, Margaret Brown.
What You Will Do
- See the historic house museum of the Unsinkable Margaret "Molly" Brown
- Learn all about the history of the Brown's, including Margaret's involvement in the fight for women's suffrage, and J.J.'s expertise in the Colorado mining industry
- Dive into Denver's past to discover interesting facts and fascinating tidbits
- Guided tour
The Museum is a multi-story, Victorian-era home constructed in 1889 and as a result is not fully accessible to all persons with disabilities. The Molly Brown House Museum will strive to accommodate your needs . Please contact us in advance with any accessibility questions you have about visiting the museum. Please silence your cell phone while on the tour. While photos are permitted, we ask that you do not use a flash. Selfie-sticks, tripods, videos or large photo equipment is not allowed. Food, gum, strollers, and large backpacks are not permitted.
All ticket sales are final. If there are extenuating circumstances please contact the Visitor Services Coordinator at 303-832-4092 ext. 13.
- 197 Ratings
Learned something about someone I was already interested in
I am in love w/ the history of this house and it's originality. So thankful it wasn't destroyed!
I love history to begin with, but the staff was very friendly and informative. Good overall experience!
The tour guide was knowledgeable , but we were rushed through the 2nd half of the tour.
Our tour guide was fantastic. We are born & raised Colo & had never been here. Was a great experience thank you
Just a wonderful experience
The type guide was very knowledgeable and open to suggestions.
Very informative tour, the guides did a wonderful job!
I learned so much about the “real” Margaret and was blown away by how much she accomplished, and of course the amazingly restored home!
Frank is AWESOME! He is very thorough and quite informative. His knowledge of Margaret (etc.) shows a lot of depth and respect. I learned a great deal more than in previous tours (many years ago) and I’m glad I spent my time at the MBH.
Our gal was fantastic. She had a lot of knowledge and we found all the information and historical facts interesting.