Sarah Winchester was heir to the Winchester repeating rifle fortune, and she was convinced that the spirits of all those ... More
Winchester Mystery House
Sarah Winchester was heir to the Winchester repeating rifle fortune, and she was convinced that the spirits of all those killed with that gun were haunting her. So she moved from New Haven, Connecticut to San Jose to construct her dream home. To confuse the restless spirits, she constructed one of the oddest houses ever built and kept construction in operation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year until the day of her death. The Victorian-style labyrinth that resulted features a door on the second floor that opens onto thin air, and others that open onto walls and stairs and corridors that lead to dead ends.
A colorful, raucous and noisy parade through downtown San Jose takes place every Cinco de Mayo weekend to celebrate Mexican
freedom. All sorts of people participate student and community organizations, businesses, political groups, musicians and dancers. The parade winds ...
There is something for everyone at San Jose Museum of Art: contemporary art, lectures, concerts, tours, book signings, special events
and even programs for children. The museum has been host to many outstanding traveling shows and has been a ...
San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is one of the world's oldest quilt museums and features revolving exhibitions from
all over the world. It looks small from the outside, but once you get in, there is plenty of ...