Four Seasons Hotel Denver Unveils Unsinkable Molly Brown Experience
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.
Upon completion of the tour, guests will leave with a special gift from the museum director and also be treated to an in-room dessert from the Hotel's Pastry Chef Ryan Schmitt-- the dessert served that fateful night on theTitanic.
In 1970 a group of preservation-minded Denver citizens joined efforts to rescue the home of Margaret Tobin Brown. The group incorporated as Historic Denver, Inc. and began major restoration efforts to return the home’s interior and exterior to its early 20th century grandeur. Guided tours of the museum reach an average of 45,000 visitors a year, sharing the story of Molly Brown and Denver history. Historic Denver is also committed to enhancing the city’s unique identity by telling the story of Margaret “Molly” Brown’s activism, philanthropy and passion through educational programs, exhibits and stewardship.
"By exploring the dynamic between past and present, we shape a stronger community for the future and inspire engaged citizens and visitors," said Andrea Malcomb, the museum's director. "We are excited to partner with