The Molly Brown House Museum aims to make the entire story of Margaret "Molly" Brown's philanthropy and activism throughout her work available to the entire public. They do this through various exhibits, educational programs, events all based out of this beautiful house.
Things to Do
- Exhibits at the Museum change on a regular basis. They focus on the important work of Molly Brown in various areas such as the fight for women's voting rights and her support of the World War I war effort. Her work and legacy is placed in its larger context to understand the worries and issues of the day and what her work really meant.
- Workshops and events are organized by the Museum throughout the year. These include tea days, Christmas tours and much more. You can keep up to date with all their programs and special events online.
- The Museum facilitates school field trips that are designed for children from kindergarten up to high school age.
Molly Brown House Museum Insider Tips
- There are no self-guided tours of the Museum; all visits must be led by one of the Museum's guides. Guided tours last about 45 minutes and begin on the hour and half hour.
- The Museum does not have its own parking lot. You can find spaces on the street in the surrounding the neighborhood for which you must pay in one and two hour increments. Alternatively there are pay lots located nearby and you can also pay to park in the parking lot of the Cultural Center located five blocks away.
- The Museum is closed on Mondays.