I learned a lot about Molly Brown during my visit/tour. She was truly a remarkable and admirable woman! A Suffragette, an advocate for children's education, a philanthropist- and more! If you are in Denver- visit Molly's home!
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Fun to have a party celebrating Molly. Her Great granddaughter was on site, that was nice but she also didn't know that much about her. However, there was lots going on, on the street Max fund was there for pet adoption, singer from Central city...More
This was much more then, she survived the Titanic sinking tour. Margret Brown was a woman a head of her time. The home is wonderful and the tour guide was knowledgeable and passionate. Glad we visited.
I was psyched up to go on this tour and it did not disappoint. Tickets are purchased in the carriage house and the tour gathers on the front porch to begin. Lots of great stories and history in the house with plenty of original or...More
We attempted to visit one Sunday afternoon and we disappointed to learn that tours were sold out that day! Apparently this is a very popular place! They do not take reservations so it is a good idea to go early in the day. The tour...More
Molly Brown's home is very cool if you love history. We really enjoyed it, despite the fact that it was hot inside and a bit dark. I guess it gives you an idea of what it was truly like long ago. I think it's worth...More
Once again, our friends had not visited this little gem in their own backyard, so off we went. Our Docent was very informative, answered our crazy questions, and we had a history lesson about the real Margaret Brown. Hollywood has a way of changing history...More
Happy 150th Birthday, Margaret Brown! Such a wonderful thing that the historical society purchased this home in 1970 so that we might get to know Mrs Margaret Brown and her fabulous life! (She was never called Molly, that's a movie based loosely on her life...More