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Molly Brown House Museum

Category: Monuments + Museums

1340 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80205
303.832.4092

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Molly Brown House Museum - Reviews from across the web

Maggie Brown would've been proud - user review
We got to the site a bit before it opened in the morning, so we enjoyed some coffee at the local coffee shop on the corner.It was clear that the staff really enjoys their job. Our ho...
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Not bad at all - user review
First of all, Im a Titanic buff. So I knew a lot about Molly Brown before I walked in. It was very entertaining to hear about Molly in her younger days and how she came into ...
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Molly's House - user review
The Molly Brown house was a beautiful place with an adorable gift shop. However, it was definitely not accomodating to children. And it i...
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Fun and Educational - user review
This is a great family stop. The waiting period in the carriage house gives time to examine information regarding The Titanic. Then the tour of the house itself gives a very r...
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Loved Victorian Horrors - user review
We really did not know what to expect from the Victorian Horrors tour at the Molly Brown House. I believe it is only offered in October. The actors who read the stories were excellent...
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The Molly Brown House - user review
Remember the unsinkable Molly Brown from the Titanic. Well she really existed and you can see her house and hear the stories in Denver. Together with her miner husband J.J., Maggie Brown struck it rich and joined the Denver social elite. Her life was constantly surrounded by myths, which she encoura...
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Could have been better - user review
I was really excited about going on this tour. I have to say that I was a bit disappointed. The group on our tour was to big and so it was hard to get to take it all in and see e...
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interesting - user review
I thought that it was an insightful look at what life was like back when Molly Brown was alive. I liked the fact that they have restored it as much as possible to what it looked li...
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Beautifully restored house - user review
The tour of the house is very well organised with friendly staff.There is a lovely old staircase and window in the entrance hall.It's like stepping back in time. I bought some nice litt...
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must tour - user review
The tour guide was great, and the house remarkable. It is the Most unique gift store - a must see! Very Beautiful furnishings, interesting stories, most enjoyable tour in Denver....
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Loved it! - user review
Ive been there twice and love it!! If your interested in history, such as the late 1800s and early 1900s, this is a great place to go. Im very interested in Molly Brown ...
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Wow! Amazing Place - user review
My husband and I did not stay here, but we went on the Ghost Tour they provide every Fall. First of all, the place is amazing. It was so beautiful!! The tour was fun and I recommen...
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Molly Brown House Museum | Museum/Attraction Review | Denver | Frommers.com - expert review
Built in 1889 of Colorado rhyolite with sandstone trim, this was the residence of J.J. and Margaret (Molly) Brown from 1894 to 1932. The unsinkable Molly Brown became a national heroine in 1912 when the Titanic sank. She took charg...
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Molly Brown House - user review
Molly Brown shook the Leadville miners??dust off her feet when she came to Denver to live in the fashionable Capitol Hill neighborhood. Her efforts to become a part of Denver?ôs high society were unsuccessful, however, until her life took a surprising turn after the sinking of the ?úTitanic.?? This ...
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