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This antique-filled Victorian house was the home of Molly Brown, not only a famous survivor of the Titanic, but so much more. Admission to the Museum is only via tours which begin every 30 minutes and last approximately 45 minutes.
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I found this tour interesting. I live in the neighborhood and have been wanting to take this tour. You do need to probably buy tickets ahead of time, but it is easy to do online. You get insights into a woman ahead of her time,...More
Many reviews have already been written and we agree that it is definitely a worthwhile hour-long stop on any Denver itinerary, old and young visitors alike will be fascinated with the history. What made this visit so amazingly different is that our guide, Pam, has...More
I had read some of the previous negative reviews for this museum. I happy to report that I did not experience any of the negative things that had previously been reported. Everyone associated with this museum was very friendly and helpful. Our tour guide was...More
We spent about an hour getting an education about Colorado's mining history, Denver society and architecture in the early 20th century, the fateful Titanic voyage, and charity. They made it interesting for both children and adults. It's totally worth the investment of $20 and an...More
Tour checked off your list. There is a fee and certain times you can do a tour. We arrived early and bought your tickets and walked to a nearby restaurant for lunch. Our tour guide seemed knowledge but a plus as there was a previous...More
This is a fantastic tour. The house is beautiful (especially having just finished an extensive restoration!) and it’s wonderful to learn more about this truly extraordinary woman. She was incredible.
Our tour guide was awesome and clearly loves giving these tours. If you’ve been before,...More