Molly Brown House Museum
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935 E Colfax Ave · interesting places nearby
Ogden Theatre information
One of Denver’s best live-music venues, the Ogden Theatre has a checkered past. Built in 1917, it was derelict for many years and might have been dozed in the early 1990s, but it’s now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Bands such as Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Lady Gaga have played here.
Harry Houdini performed at this theater in 1919 and it appeared in the movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show . Jack Nicholson drove his Winnebago past the Ogden pulling into Denver in About Schmidt . If the house is packed, make for the upstairs level, where the catwalk extends on the wings and you’ll have a beautiful bird’s-eye view and plenty of room to move.