First off, driving in downtown Denver is very confusing if you're not used to "big city" driving. It's all one way streets and the streets cut off and pick up. Molly Brown is located on a two way street, and parking on both sides of the street. But the cross streets are one way and the parking lot was a little hard to find. The parking lot is at the end of the block, go right and down another block. They made it sound like it was on the corner, but it's down a little farther. It's a small lot, but it had plenty of spaces available. The parking was 7 dollars for a few hours, and the machine was very slow and kept restarting. We got to the mansion and they had a tour starting at noon which we made. They had tours starting every hour or half hour. FYI- they also had a restroom located in the gift shop. The house looks very big on the outside and three floors on the inside. But you can't go on the third floor. You also can't take any pictures inside the house, and I thought it was a little dark inside. The lights weren't bright at all and the curtains mostly drawn. They had a few original pieces that Molly Brown owned herself, but most of it are just period pieces.
Our tour guide was very informative and was able to answer any questions about Margaret or her family. They touch on the Titanic topic a bit, but it's mostly just about her life in Denver and how she met her husband in a mining town. The tour lasted almost an hour, and was 8 dollars. They have a nice gift shop in the back with lots of cool titanic souvenirs. I'm glad I got to learn more about Margaret Brown, I would recommend this tour to anyone who likes history.
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