Denver, USA - May 4, 2014: The home of the famous Unsinkable Molly Brown in the  historic Capitol Hill Neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. Molly Brown gained fame by surviving the sinking of the Titanic. Molly Brown house


Molly Brown House Museum


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.

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