We toured the Molly Brown house in late March 2012. Our group was completely booked and I would guess that there were 15 - 20 people in the group.
The house is restored to the 1910 period and provides a fascinating look at the life of Molly Brown. The gift shop has a 15 minute video in the back that is well worth watching if you want more information on the life of this woman. I didn't know that much about "the unsinkable Molly Brown" before the tour but came away with a renewed appreciation for the mark she left on the era. I also learned that pressure cookers were invented in Colorado.....who knew?
I would recommend this tour if you like US history and like to tour old homes. We found it to be well worth the time. A short drive (or longer walk) away you will find the state capitol and the LoDo district. My only critical comment is that they should limit the tour groups to 10.
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