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“Unsinkable”

Molly Brown House Museum
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Denver Guided Sightseeing Tour on Motor Scooters
Ranked #21 of 272 things to do in Denver
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Owner description: This fancy antique-filled Victorian house was the home of Molly Brown, a famous survivor of the Titanic.
Reviewed September 6, 2012

This house can be toured only with an on-site guide. They are all terrific and I have taken the guided tour multiple times. Each guide brings their own interpretation of the history of this home and fills you with the story of Margaret Brown (Molly Brown in the movies). Definitely worth one or more visits. Parking is a bit difficult since it is street parking and the streets are a bit narrow. Tickets are available in the office and gift shop behind the Molly Brown House Museum.

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Reviewed August 31, 2012

I loved seeing this house, and finding out about the REAL Mrs. Brown, not the character that was fictionalized. What a fascinating woman, and to see the home she made in Denver was a real treat! The tour is quick, my small boys aged 6 & 8 enjoyed it.

2  Thank lsj001
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

Fascinating story of Margaret Brown, who was made a legend by the movie The Unsinkable Molly Brown, due to surviving the Titanic disaster. She used her wealth and influence to serve for the rest of her life, the survivors of the tragedy. The guide was extremely well informed, and could answer any question. The house was pure Victorian splendor. A video is shown in the gift shop which is also very informative . A very interesting tour.

1  Thank Carol S
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Reviewed August 30, 2012

We visited the Molly Brown house last Saturday afternoon and found it to be very interesting. The lady giving the tour was very knowledgable and was able to answer all the questions that were asked of her. She had photos of the house that were taken at different times so that visitors could see the changes that had taken place, and how the restoration turned out. The tour lasted about and hour, and then you can check out the gift shop and the grounds and a few other things not on the regular tour.

1  Thank jondalar410
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

I have mixed feelings about my visit to the Molly Brown House in downtown Denver. First, it's in a decent area of the city where I felt comfortable walking around. But, I'm a photography nut (well not quite a nut), and they don't allow any interior photography at all...even without a flash. The house is very nice, and quite interesting, but I've already forgotten most of what I saw. There was a choice of 2 tours -- a regular tour and the Titanic themed tour. I opted for the regular tour...but it focused way too much time about the Titanic. Perhaps the highlight was the tour guide, who really did have lots of good information and presented it well. Since I live in Colorado, it's nice to see this house, but because of the photography policy, I won't return.

Thank vinlyn
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