The Molly Brown House Museum is the premier place to explore Denver's history. On a Museum tour, learn the stories of the many individuals and groups that shaped the world and the Denver community. Interact with knowledgable Docents who share the Progressive Era changes Margaret and mining engineer husband J.J. saw in their lifetime and learn their role in shaping Denver. From the front porch of the home, see the State Capitol's gold dome and the spires of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception to connect the economic activities of mining to Denver's built environment and civic gathering places. Once inside, make connections between how families lived one hundred years ago compared to today. Discover the rich history of immigration to Denver by hearing about the Tobin and Brown families as well as their servants. And, be inspired to become active participants in your community when you hear about Margaret's work to build playgrounds, reform the juvenile justice system, start the Denver Dumb friends League, and support striking miners and their families.