Itinerary for San Jose California

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San Jose is the 10th largest city in the United States and the largest in Northern California. San Jose is a center of technological innovation and has earned the city the nickname “capital of Silicon Valley”. San Jose is a global city with an extremely high cost of living, which makes it one of the richest large cities in the United States and the world.

However, with its 300 days of sunshine a year, its glamour is beyond its technology. There is good plonk, cultural events and varied landscapes.

1. Winchester Secret House

The Winchester Secret House is a mansion in San Jose, California, owned by Sarah Winchester. Built in 1884, the mansion, according to many, is haunted by the ghosts of those who were finished with Winchester rifles. Today it is one of the most popular monuments of the city.

2. Interactive Technology

Tech Interactive is a hands-on center for science and technology. It has many exhibitions on energy efficiency, personalization, exploration and genetics. It allows visitors to participate in a unique learning experience.

3. Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum has the largest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts and mummies in the western United States. The structure is built in the ancient Egyptian architectural style, it has several informative exhibits on Egyptian history and religion and a composite replica of an ancient Egyptian tomb carved into the rock.

Happy Hollow Park & Zoo is a zoo located in San Jose, California. It has carousels, a puppet theater, a petting zoo with an animal stable and many other family exhibitions

5. Discovery Museum for children

Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose has been welcoming guests to its non-smoking rooms since 1990. The museum builds and presents interactive exhibits on science, humanities, performing arts, health and fitness. This museum offers programs and events focused on practical learning, based on experience and research.

6. Near Alum Rock Park

Alum Rock Park is the oldest municipal park in California. It is a great place to spend time with Mother Nature. It includes hiking and cycling trails, picnic areas, playgrounds, lush vegetation and camping sites.

7. Hotels near Quicksilver County Park

Almaden Quicksilver County Park is a park that includes the site of the former mercury mines (“quicksilver”). The mines are closed, but it is for visitors to know the mining history and also to enjoy the biodiversity of the natural environment. Check out the endless hiking trail for walking and hiking.

8. Municipal Rose Garden

The San Jose Municipal Rose Garden is a historic rose garden established in 1927. It is dedicated exclusively to rose bushes with more than 3,500 shrubs and 189 species of roses. Such an instagrammable place!

9. Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph

The Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph is a large and the oldest Roman Catholic church in downtown San Jose. It has a large architectural structure with beautiful stained glass windows. It has an excellent interior and a very quiet atmosphere.

10. Japantown

This neighborhood in San Jose, California features architectural styles that reflect Japanese culture with restaurants, shops and other attractions. This area offers trendy galleries and karaoke bars.

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