The Molly Brown House Museum has been open to the public since 1970 and hosted more than 2 million visitors. As more and more historic properties were demolished in the 1960s, a group of preservation-minded Denver citizens joined efforts in 1970 to rescue the home of Titanic survivor Margaret Tobin Brown. The group incorporated as Historic Denver, Inc. and began major restoration efforts in order to return the homeâ€™s interior and exterior to its early 20th century grandeur. Since opening the Museum, Historic Denver has worked to save countless other Denver landmarks and increase public awareness of Denverâ€™s unique historic structures. Today, in addition to owning the Molly Brown House Museum, Historic Denver operates a Sacred Landmarks Preservation Program, the Urban Living Program, and a new history experience for visitors, the Denver Story Trek. Historic Denver also works as an advocate in the community, supporting neighborhoods interested in preserving the character of our built environment and promoting the value of historic preservation as a key element of economic growth and community revitalization.