Molly Brown House Museum
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Lonely Planet review
This outstandingly preserved house, designed by the well-known architect William Lang, was built in 1889 and belonged to the most famous survivor of the Titanic disaster. You'll go through the house on a guided 45-minute tour, learning about this Colorado legend's unsinkable history.
Having survived the ill-fated voyage of 1912, Molly Brown became active in progressive politics and women’s organizations, and was also a keen theater performer. She died in 1932, a woman ahead of her time.