Molly Brown House Museum 39.7375° N -104.981° W

Description

Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum is the place for students to learn about Denver’s unique history by telling the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown’s activism, philanthropy and passion. Tours and classroom programs support regional history curriculum, civic history, and much more! We are currently offering Digital Classroom Programs, Live Virtual Classroom Programs and Virtual Tours of the museum for school groups. We are also open with limited capacity for public tours!


Lunch Notes

No lunch facilities on site.

Bathroom Notes

Multiple single-stall restrooms available

Cancellation Policy

Info

1340 Pennsylvania Street
Denver, CO 80203

+1 303-832-4092

education@mollybrown.org

Sun
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Mon
Closed
Tues
Closed
Wed
1:0 am - 4:00 pm
Thur
1:0 am - 4:00 pm
Fri
1:0 am - 4:00 pm
Sat
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Subjects
History, 20th Century, Science, Physics, Primary Sources, 19th Century, Women's History, Social Studies, Visual Arts, Native Americans, Westward Expansion, Government & Civics, Social Justice, Research, My Community, Current Events, Industrial Revolution, Design Thinking, City Planning, Geography, 18th Century, World War I & Ii, Math, Measurement & Data, Engineering, Cultural Connections, Immigration
Activities
Digital Resource, Virtual Field Trip, School Based Program, Field Trip
Grades
3 5, 6 8, 9 12, K 2, Postsecondary, Adult
Cost
Scholarships Available, Reduced Price For Title 1 Schools, Free Programs
Accommodations

Learning Experiences

Digital Resource

Digital Denver Grows

How did Denver become Denver? How long was Colorado a territory before it became a state? Who lived here before American settlers arrived? Learn the answers to these and many other questions as students travel through time in a choose-your-own-adventure style program as Denver grows from a mining town to a great urban center.

This is a asynchronous website based student-led program. Includes a teacher outline with research based post-program discussion questions and activities. Access is available for 1 week.

Subjects Covered

westward expansion

Grades
3-5
Capacity
30 stu.
Activity

digital resource

Duration
60 min.
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Digital Women in Colorado

Did you know that Elitch Gardens was originally a zoo? Or that a female engineer working on the Eisenhower Tunnel opened up new job opportunities previously denied to women? Join us as we discover the impact women had on Colorado history…from pioneers to engineers!

This is a asynchronous website based teacher or student-led program. Includes a teacher outline with research based post-program discussion questions and activities. Access is available for 1 week.

Subjects Covered

20th century, women's history, westward expansion, social studies, research

Grades
3-5
Capacity
35 stu.
Activity

digital resource

Duration
60 min.
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Digital Molly the Activist

What is an activist? Learn about Margaret Brown and how she fought for the causes that she believed in, including children's, worker's and women's rights.

This is a asynchronous website based teacher or student-led program. Includes a teacher outline with research based post-program discussion questions and activities. Access is available for 1 week.

Subjects Covered

20th century, women's history, social studies, government & civics, social justice

Grades
3-5
Capacity
35 stu.
Activity

digital resource

Duration
60 min.
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Digital Science of the Titanic

How did a ship that was built to be “unsinkable” sink? In this program, students will learn about the scientific processes behind the building and sailing of the Titanic, how the Titanic was discovered 12,460 feet down, and will discuss what should be done with the wreck of the Titanic today.

This is an asynchronous website based teacher or student-led program. Includes a teacher outline with research based post-program discussion questions and activities. Access is available for 1 week.

Subjects Covered

history, 20th century, science, physics, primary sources

Grades
3-5
Capacity
35 stu.
Activity

digital resource

Duration
60 min.
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Digital Soldiers in Petticoats

It’s hard to imagine a time when women didn’t have the right to vote, but it actually wasn’t that long ago. In 2020, the United States marked the centennial anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment which granted women the right to vote. In this program, learn about the Suffrage movement in Colorado and the United States, and analyze primary sources to draw conclusions about how the public felt about women’s suffrage.

This is an asynchronous website based teacher or student-led program. Includes a teacher outline with research based post-program discussion questions and activities. Access is available for 1 week.

Subjects Covered

history, 20th century, women's history, visual arts, primary sources

Grades
3-5
Capacity
35 stu.
Activity

digital resource

Duration
60 min.
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Digital Exploration and Survival

Explore history from the point of view of the people who explored and survived in our state. . Using primary and secondary sources, students will explore the lives of miners, indigenous people, fur trappers, and pioneers to gain a greater understanding of what life what like in early Colorado.

This is a asynchronous website based teacher or student-led program. Includes a teacher outline with research based post-program discussion questions and activities. Access is available for 1 week.

Subjects Covered

history, native americans, westward expansion, social studies, primary sources

Grades
3-5
Capacity
35 stu.
Activity

digital resource

Duration
60 min.
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Virtual Field Trip

School Based Program

Field Trip