The third largest city of California in San Jose; offer you a plethora of things to try out. It is primarily popular for its high tech industry. In fact, it is also called the Capital of Silicon Valley. Living in this city doesn’t come at a cheap price. You have to be fairly affluent if you have to buy a property here. There is a wide range of places to visit in the city. Take a quick look at some of these places.
The Winchester Mystery House
In case you are looking for something different, you should check out this attraction. It used to be the property of Sarah Winchester, William Winchester’s widow. According to the historical facts, it took 38 years to complete the construction of this house. Work was ongoing until the time she died. I found the maze rooms to be quite interesting. The alcoves here do not have a plan in place.
Tech Museum of Innovation
Want to spend some time with your family, this a great place to be. Initially, this museum had been set up in a garage and it was so popular that after eight years, it moved to 132,000 square foot facility which you can explore today. A visit to this museum told me that its primary aim is to give you a glimpse of Silicon Valley and inspire the next generation.
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum
This museum is dedicated to the ancient Egyptians. I found the largest collection of items from ancient Egypt. Even the architectural style of the building took me by surprise. It will surely make you feel that you are in Egypt. There are many notable exhibits in the museum such as Cleopatra VII stone figure and the statue of Taweret.