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Molly Brown House Museum Free days 2013

Historic Molly Brown Museum Denver, CO

About Molly Brown House Museum Free Days 2013

As more and more historic properties were demolished in the 1960s, a group of preservation-minded Denver citizens joined efforts in 1970 to rescue the home of Titanic survivor Margaret Tobin Brown. The group incorporated as Historic Denver, Inc. and began major restoration efforts in order to return the home’s interior and exterior to its early 20th century grandeur. Guided tours of the Museum reach an average of 45,000 visitors a year, sharing the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown and Denver history. It is our mission “to inspire courage, conviction and proactive change in the spirit of Margaret Brown.” 

When Are Molly Brown House Free Days 2013

They offer many free days through out the year. The last two for this year are:

August 28th

November 6th

Regular Admission:

$8 for adults (ages 13-64)

$6 for seniors (65+) and military

$4 for children (6-12)

Also they will also be participating in the Blue Star Museums program again this summer where active duty military and up to 6 of their family members receive free admission from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Where Is The Molly Brown House Museum Located

1340 Pennsylvania St‎

Denver, CO 80203

Molly Brown House Hours Of Operation

Tuesday – Saturday tours start at 10:00 am and the last tour starts at 3:30 pm.

Sunday – tours start at 12:00 pm and the last tour starts at 3:30 pm.

Other Free Museum Days

Denver Firefighters Museum

Denver Museum of Nature and Science 

Denver’s Children Museum

Denver’s Firefighters Museum

Molly Brown House Museum

More Discount Offers To Check Out

For huge discounts on Denver and surrounding area activities head to Groupon and Goldstar.  Whether it’s discount show tickets, meals or family entertainment you won’t be disappointed with what these daily deal sites have to offer.




  • Gena

    That’s so cool! That’s something that I’d love to go see!

  • I think it’s so wonderful when communities band together to save bits of history like this!