San Jose Tourist Attractions To Explore This Season!
San Jose is the third largest city in California. With increasing tech industry around, the place is also known as ‘Capital of Silicon Valley’. With rising industry and demand, the city is not cheap to live or purchase. San Jose offers a bundle of places to explore, it has colourful history! Here is a list of San Jose Tourist Attractions To Explore this Season!
- Winchester Mystery House
The Winchester Mystery House was initially the property of Sarah Winchester, who was widow of Willam Winchester. Sarah Winchester had a huge amount of wealth, the construction of the strange house started soon. It took 38-years to construct, and the work went on until Sarah Winchester died. The House has interesting maze rooms, alcoves with no real plan. The house was built from ground to upper floor.
- Tech Museum
The Tech Museum is a great place to explore. Initially, the museum was set-up in garage with time it gained fame. The place then was moved over 132,000 square feet with more facilities. The place was built with a goal to give a glimpse of Silicon Valley, to inspire the next generation. The place engages you to improve the future world!
- Children Discovery Museum
The Children Discovery Museum was opened in the year 1990. The Museum has visited by more than 7-million of people; the place has numerous interactive designs with different needs. The Museum is developing with constant expansions. The Museum Staff constantly work to make sure children get best on their visit!
- The Pharaoh
The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum is dedicated to Ancient Egypt. The museum has a great collection of items from Egypt. The Museum is also constructed depicting the style of ancient Egypt, with numerous artifacts within. The statue of Taweret and Cleopatra VII’s stone figure are notable collection put on display.
- The Heritage Rose Garden
The Heritage Rose Garden is not to be missed. The Rose Garden has a collection of Roses from around the world; they are initially planted by past 750 volunteers in the year 1995. Today, the plants are maintained by their volunteers.
- Alum Rock Park
The Alum Rock Park is an oldest Municipal Park, situated in the foothills of the Diablo Mountain Range. The park is spread over 740-acres of land and is visited by several people. Mountain Lion, bobcats, deer are few wild animals which can be spotted. The park also as an active mineral spring with few barbecue pits which can be booked for picnics!
- Kelley Park
The Kelley Park is spread over 156 acres of land. The park was once owned and farmed by Mrs. Kelley; the place was then handed to the city to use for people after she passed away. The Park has several impressive places like Happy Hollow Park and Zoo.
- Los Gatos Creek
The Los Gatos Creek trail is 9.7 miles long, with cycling and walking path surrounded by lush greenery and impressive spot which makes you feel close to nature. The trail is stretches from Lexington Reservoir to Meridian Avenue. The place is exceptionally popular with beautiful and impressive spots.
- Santa Cruz Mountain
The Mountain is part of Pacific Cast Ranges, which run along the San Francisco Peninsular. It separates the San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean. Loma Prieta Park is the highest point of the mountain at 3,786-feet. It was the epicentre of the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989.
- Viet Museum
The Vietnamese Museum, an interesting place to explore is also known as the Museum of Boar People and Republic of Vietnam. The museum displays tale of their journey from Vietnam to the United States. The museum depicts the tale in three phases, first 1950-1975 –the war of freedom, second phase 1975-1996 – their quest for freedom and final phase- present Vietnamese American!
- Parque De María Luisa
- Isla Mágica
- Panaromic Wheel
- Barrio Santa Cruz
- La Carbonería
- Metropol Parasol
- Torre Del Oro
- Basilica De La Macarena
- Museo De Bellas Artes
- Guadalquivir River Cruise