Molly Brown House Museum
Visitor Information1340 Pennsylvania St.
Denver, Colorado 80203
Hours: September - May Tuesday through Saturday: 10am to 4:30pm, last tour offered at 3:30pm Sunday: 12pm to 4:30pm, last tour offered at 3:30pm June - August Monday: 10am to 2:30pm, last tour offered at 1:30 Tuesday through Saturday: 10am to 4:30pm, last tour offered at 3:30pm Sunday: 12pm to 4:30pm, last tour offered at 3:30pm
National Trust for Historic Preservation Member Discount: $2 off admission price 10% off merchandise at the Museum Store
Molly Brown House Museum is the gateway to exploring the history of Denver and the West. The 1889 Richardsonian Romanesque structure was designed by legendary architect William Lang and sits in Denver’s historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. The house is a beloved local landmark that now operates as a Museum to tell the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown, survivor of the Titanic and local heroine dedicated to political activism, philanthropy, and humanitarian aid. The Museum serves over 45,000 annual visitors who are introduced to Mrs. Brown’s impressive biography and national historical themes as they relate to this remarkable woman.