Museums in San Jose, CA - Page 1

Find museums in San Jose, CA. Listings include Winchester Mystery House, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, The Tech Interactive, Evergreen Valley College - International Students Program, Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose and Lick Observatory. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 09/18/20
    Stay tuned for more... #halloweenisnotcancelled
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/17/20
    Once again unlock the secrets and explore the mystery of the world's most iconic Victorian Mansion - the Winchester Mystery House. We're open Wednesday - Sunday from 10AM - 5PM for the Self-Guided Man...
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/16/20
    Storied Winchester Mystery House Reopens in San Jose! From: KCBS Radio Read More | http://ow.ly/3vsc50Bquj9
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/16/20
    It's been almost six months since the doors of the world's most bizarre mansion closed, and the spirits that walk these halls are just as restless as you are. The doors to the Winchester Mystery House...
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/15/20
    Photo of the week This weeks photo is of the museums 1942 Seagrave aerial Original SJFD It was one of 2 ladder trucks, one being a aerial and the other a city service (AKA lumber wagon)
    > San Jose Fire Museum
  • 09/15/20
    Why the Victorian Mansion is a Horror Icon. From Vox Watch Here | http://ow.ly/9fEO50BrBi4
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/15/20
    The number 13 appears in more places than you might think. Mrs. Winchester had 13 California Palm Trees that line the driveway known as Palm-Drive. How many can you spot while on the Self-Guided Mansi...
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/15/20
    UPDATE: FINAL CHANGE OF DATE FOR UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENT Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 22 - 4pm. The scientist, the teacher, the legend: Alex Filippenko. Get a special look at the teacher behind the scientist d...
    > Lick Observatory
  • 09/14/20
    There are some great photos in this story you can see even if you don't have a subscription. Lick Observatory Superintendent Kostas Chloros surveys the area around the lookout that was burned.
    > Lick Observatory
  • 09/13/20
    Hi friends! We are working on a couple of projects here at Spirit and we need your video help. Do you have any video that you can share with us from our past events? We are looking for video of: Sa...
    > Spirit of '45 Bay Area
  • 09/13/20
    We're so excited to welcome you back to the Winchester Mystery House for the Self-Guided Mansion Tour! Before you go, please take a moment to review our health & safety guidelines to help protect you ...
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/12/20
    Once again explore the 160-room mansion on the new Self-Guided Mansion Tour. The touchless, self-guided experience allows guests to independently navigate the world's most bizarre home and expansive e...
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/12/20
    Today is the day!
    > Winchester Mystery House
  • 09/11/20
    Let's talk about science for a minute - Lick Observatory has been testing a pair of Fresnel lenses, which can gather light—and possibly the flashes of alien lasers—across a wide area of sky. Shelley W...
    > Lick Observatory