Molly Brown Museum in Denver Was Titanic Survivor’s House!

Stone lions outside the Molly Brown House, Capitol Hill, March 27, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) architecture; yard art; denver; colorado; capitol hill; denverite; kevinjbeaty;

The historic Molly Brown Museum in Denver was once the house of a Titanic wreck survivor “Molly Brown“. She was proudly known as the “Unsinkable”. Presently, the house was made into a museum and is a place for students to know about Denver’s history. If you don’t know, Brown was an activist and a philanthropist. Moreover, classroom programs and tours support regional civic history, regional history curriculum, and more. Throughout her life, she fought for causes like children’s literacy, miners’ rights, historical preservation, and women’s suffrage. Furthermore, more than 45,000 people pay a visit to her restored home.

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