Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

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  • Address: 1660 Park Avenue San jose, CA-95195, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4089473635
  • Ticket Price: 9 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, History Museum, Educational Site, Family And Kids

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum - Review

If you are looking for some culture and history in San Jose, you will not be disappointed by its Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. This stunning museum has great displays and a lot to see and do.

Whether it is the art of mummification, burial rituals, rites and ancient kings and pharaohs, everything Egyptian has been put up on display. You will be able to get to know a lot more about the daily life and practices of the Egyptians here as well.

This unexpected and unusual place is also home to several educational programs of many different sorts. They have constant events taking place as well so do check them out during your visit.

How To reach Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum by Public Transport

  • College Park Caltrain

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  • Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum Address: 1660 Park Avenue San jose, CA-95195, USA, United States
  • Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum Contact Number: +1-4089473635
  • Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum Price: 9 USD
  • Time required to visit Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit San Jose include Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in their plan

  • 75.5% of people start their Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

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Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, San Jose Reviews

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  • Wow, just wow. This place was super interesting with all of the artifacts. The outdoor area was in a word stunning. The history on display here is truly awe inspiring and takes you on a journey through time. The staff were very welcoming and informative. So much to see inside and out. The front walkway gave you a tiny insight to what your mind would be opened up to in a few moments. This place could easily take a couple days to see everything in its entirety. Thank you, when I am back in town I will be coming back for sure as I know I only saw the tip of the iceberg on our first visit.

  • Was a great private museum with the service and experience of a large public museum. The Indiana Jones exploring of a tomb was amazing. Quantity of exhibits surprised me. My daughter loved it too, and didn't want to leave. You can spend the whole day there. Good education on Rosicrucians.

  • A must go. Walk the grounds. Be quiet and enjoy the exhibits. Please encourage children to focus on the amazing history. An AMAZING PLACE TO GO

  • The last hour is free! My husband and I were looking for something fun to do last minute, and this popped up on a Google search. It looks amazing from the outside. The inside is *very* dark, but I'm sure its to preserve the artifacts, as well add to the ambiance. They have an actual like pyramid "excavation site" (dont know the actual name of it.) That you can walk through. Its super dark in there, and there's hieroglyphics on the walls, a "dig site", etc. Its really cool. They also have actual mummies, and TONS of things to look at and read about. The free hour was enough time for my husband and I to look at everything, though we did kind of rush towards the end. If you like to linger and really spend your time taking in the info and views, then I would recommend paying and spending more time.

  • We took a group of mixed aged kids from 4-12 and had the tour. It was lovely, the kids loved it and were wanting more. At the end of our tour we were given tickets for all the children to return for reentry at no cost. Lovely grounds, great for picnics or just for wandering around to enjoy the sights and the koi pond.

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