Victorian Horror tickets on sale!


Immersive event takes over the Molly Brown House Museum

Tickets are on sale now for Victorian Horrors at the Molly Brown House Museum on October 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29. Sponsored by Chateau Lion Development, Victorian horrors is an environmental theater set in Denver’s most historic – and some say most haunted – Capitol Hill mansion.

In its 29th year, Gothic horror tales from well-known but long-dead authors are told throughout the house, performed by acclaimed local actors David and Julia Payne, Jim Hunt, Trina Magness, Josh Hartwell, John Wittbrodt and Ronan Viard. This year’s offerings include stories from the likes of HG Wells and Edgar Allan Poe alongside the local spirit of Mary Coyle Chase.

Choose your own spooky adventure!

The scene of this thrilling event is the Molly Brown House Museum in historic Denver. To up the spooky factor, the museum is partnering with Denver’s curio vendors, The learned lemur and Atomic folk art, to create a Victorian cabinet of curiosities! And back are our fabulous fortune tellers to read your tarot. Give them a good tip!

  1. Tickets to attend Victorian Horrors in person are available for October 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29, with admission times every 15 minutes from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Prices start at $19 per person.*
  2. For those who can’t climb stairs or need help with sign language, the museum is offering an accessible in-person performance on October 16 at 4 p.m. Guests will stay in a wheelchair accessible room in the house and our ASL actors and performers will come to them to perform five spooky tales.
  3. Or, for those who prefer to stay in the safety of their home and watch from behind a pillow, the museum also offers a video option, which features the same five stories from the same creepy actors. At $20 per family, this makes a fun and safe watch party option!

*Victorian Horrors is a community favorite, and we want our guests to enjoy this theatrical event knowing that we are doing our best to ensure the health safety of our cast, staff and volunteers.

For 2022, masks will be required for ALL participants.

“You promised to show me beautiful moonlight and smoke effects.” – H. G. Wells


The Molly Brown House Museum, 1340 Pennsylvania Street, is a famous Denver landmark and the home of Margaret “Molly” Brown. Brown has been the subject of numerous books, films and stage productions and has become one of Denver’s most intriguing legends. Margaret Brown moved to Leadville, Colorado at the age of 19 in search of adventure. While in Leadville, she came to the attention of Superintendent of Mines James Joseph (JJ) Brown and they were married shortly thereafter. The couple’s ship finally arrived when the mine JJ was in charge of uncovered the largest gold seam ever found in Colorado! After the discovery of gold, Margaret and her family purchased the exquisite Victorian home at 1340 Pennsylvania Street in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Margaret was an amazing, high-spirited woman who became active in the women’s suffrage movement, labor reform efforts, and even survived the sinking of the Titanic! In 1970, a group of citizens incorporated as Historic Denver, Inc. and preserved the Browns’ home. It’s been a beloved Denver museum and institution for over 52 years!


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