The Molly Brown House
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The Molly Brown House

The longtime home of one of Titanic's most famous survivors still stands in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Margaret Tobin Brown, nicknamed "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" for her heroism during the sinking of Titanic, owned this opulent Victorian home -- complete with electricity, indoor plumbing and other comforts -- from 1898 until her death in 1932. The home was set for demolition in the 1960s but was saved and restored to its original splendor. The museum is now open for guided, 45-minute tours.

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