Molly Brown House Museum

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    The museum is the historic home of J.J. and Margaret “Molly” Brown. Molly is known by her nickname “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” because she survived the sinking of the Titanic, but she was much more than that. Brown was an activist, socialite, and a philanthropist who promoted women’s and workers’ rights and advocated for children’s education, she helped to commemorate the bravery of the Titanic crew, and even helped to rebuild front line areas, and aided wounded soldiers in France during WW1.
    Molly Brown House Museum enables to have a look into the past and view how Denver’s life were like in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Wander the house and see the rooms where the Browns’ worked and lived, including the library, a private sitting area, the family’s bedrooms, and the servant’s quarter. There is also a collection of personal items of the family, such as clothing, accessories, furniture, and artworks.
    Explore the James Joseph Brown & the Peoples’ Quest for Gold exhibit, as well as the temporary exhibits such as the Pop-Up Mining Exhibit, and enjoy special events, including ‘Naughty Victorian Valentines’, the House Museum Book Club, and ‘Women in the Arts Tea’.

    Molly Brown House Museum Ready For Visitors After $1 Million Renovation

    The historic Molly Brown House Museum is ready for visitors after more than $1 million in renovations.
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    Address: 1340 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80203
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