Get to Know the Unsinkable Molly Brown

  • Historic black and white photo of Molly Brown and man holding trophy

Explore the 1880s home of Titanic survivor Margaret “Molly” Brown on an intimate, after-hours tour, with a museum guide sharing vivid stories. 


Admire and be inspired as you explore the 1880s Denver home of Titanic survivor Margaret “Molly” Brown on this exclusive private tour.

An unstoppable force, Brown not only survived the sinking of the infamous luxury liner in 1912, but created and chaired the Survivor’s Committee to raise funds and spirits for those affected by the tragedy. Socialite, philanthropist and activist, she even became the subject of a 1960s Broadway show, The Unsinkable Molly Brown.

As a Four Seasons guest, you’ll receive an intimate, after-hours tour of the Molly Brown House Museum where you can explore areas of the property normally off limits to the general public. As you wind through the restored 1889 home, gain a sense of Brown’s life in Victorian Denver as a museum guide shares vivid stories, even supernatural ones, about this most prominent Denver resident.

The museum has also given Four Seasons access to the final dinner menu served aboard the Titanic. After the tour, return to the Hotel and sample the dessert served that fateful night, meticulously replicated by our pastry chef.

Guests must book at least two weeks in advance and stay in a Premier Studio or higher to take advantage of this experience. Guests who book the experience are responsible for their own transportation to and from the museum.

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