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Molly Brown House Museum

1,401 Reviews

Molly Brown House Museum

1,401 Reviews
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Colleen C wrote a review Oct 22
Middleton, WI182 contributions98 helpful votes
As a huge Titanic history buff, I was originally interested in seeing the Molly Brown House because of her connection to the ship. However, we learned a lot of other fascinating things about her family, her life and the causes that were important to her. Although the items in the house were not original, they were still of the time period, and the house itself is absolutely gorgeous...the woodwork and stained glass were reason enough to check it out!
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Date of experience: September 2020
Larry G wrote a review Oct 6
Des Plaines, Illinois246 contributions131 helpful votes
I did not know a lot about Molly Brown before my visit, know I do. She was quite the feminist and advanced women rights. The home was interesting to view, the docents very helpful and knowledgeable. The docents must hear the same questions over and over since their answers were instantaneous. I doubt young children would enjoy the visit. The museum is located in Capital Hill, so you can take the bus or drive. I found metered parking several blocks away, $2.00 for 2 hours. If hungry afterwards, Subculture, a fantastic sub shop is a few yards down the block. Next to Subculture is Pablo's coffee shop that was very busy, the coffee must be good.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Duchtel wrote a review Oct 3
Grand Rapids, Michigan87 contributions44 helpful votes
This showed up on a quick search while trying to figure out something to do before the flight home ... and it was well worth the brief detour on the way to the airport. The house is well preserved and nicely set up. There were several folks ready to answer questions and I must say I learned quite a few things about Margaret Brown that I did not know ... or that the movie "Titanic" got wrong. Please remember that in the time of COVID this place requires reservations and only allows eight (8) visitors every 20 minutes.
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Date of experience: September 2020
jean-claude wrote a review Oct 1
Pipe Creek, Texas77 contributions47 helpful votes
We took our time going through and it took only 30 minutes. Somewhat interesting, the main focus seemed to be that Molly was a feminist. Docents put out no effort to be informative with the exception of the greeter. We were quite disappointed overall.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Response from MBHouse, Volunteer & Events Coordinator at Molly Brown House Museum
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello. We're sorry that you were disappointed with your experience at the Museum. COVID restrictions have meant that we have largely suspended our usual guided tours of the Museum meaning that some of our visitors don't find the same depth of experience they may have in the past. We are working daily to enhance our guests' experience and hope that, were you to give us another chance, you would find things improved as we move forward in these unprecedented times.
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Wanderer384396 wrote a review Sep 2020
Littleton, Colorado1 contribution
Very informative look into the past history of Denver and the Brown family in particular. This house is filled with treasures from the past, most of them original to the house! The museum is very well put together and the flow of the house makes it easy to socially distance during COVID, and yet not feel rushed. We spent a little over an hour enjoying the time in the past and would highly recommend this easy, short tour for anyone visiting the Denver area.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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