One of the most bewildering mansions in the world, the Winchester Mystery House has stairways that lead to the ceiling, doors that open into walls, and a profound history of the occult. Designed by the mystifying mind of Sarah Winchester, widow of the well-known rifle manufacturer, the bizarre house and its grounds are now open to guided tours for intrigued visitors.
A must-visit for any age group, Raging Waters is a water park that provides everything from mile-a-minute thrills to the relaxing undulations of floating along the Lazy River. For the adrenaline junkie, a ride down Blue Thunder/White Lightning will have you grinning down all 60 feet of snaking twists and turns.
The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum brings ancient Egypt to downtown San Jose. A variety of artifacts ranging from sarcophagi to religious pieces are all on display to give patrons a glimpse into ancient Egyptian life. The Tomb Tour, one of the most popular exhibits, encompasses composite replicas of various tombs found throughout Egypt, complete with hieroglyph-adorned walls and rooms filled with artifacts.
Tossing aside the old adage of "look but don't touch," the Tech Museum of Innovation is a hands-on center that seeks to both entertain and educate. With exhibits that take visitors into the virtual world where they can design a museum or construct a rollercoaster, The Tech is setting the bar for a 2.0 museum revolution.
Welcome to the Los Gatos Creek Trail and County Park! The Los Gatos Creek Trail offers recreational opportunities for walkers, jogger, bicyclists, skaters, non-motorized scooters, bladers and nature lovers.
The Intel Museum, despite its modest size, is an interesting place for adults and children of all ages. At this museum, you can learn a little about the history of both the Intel Corporation and Silicon Valley as a whole, including an interesting exhibit that explains the genesis of a computer chip. The museum store is located across from the museum and carries a nice selection of souvenirs and gift items.
Best Cuban restaurant in Silicon Valley for 14 years in a row! Located in the Rose Garden in downtown San Jose, Habana Cuba Restaurant's family tradition continues to enchant locals and visitors. Enjoy generous portions of authentic, original Cuban cuisine, and experience fine dining at its best. Our Latin flavors, colorful ambiance, and salsa rhythms are sure to create a memorable evening.
The newest addition to Santana Row, Thea is a celebration of Mediterranean cuisine with highlights from Greece and Turkey. An expansive bar and lounge features creative vodka infusions and a selection of Mediterranean and California wines. Authentic Greek art, a 20-foot olive tree and a stylish contemporary setting complete the experience.
Highlights at this popular Santana Row restaurant include spacious dining areas, an open kitchen with French rotisserie, a bustling bar and oyster display. Accents include a mahogany sunlit bar, revolving door, dining terraces, four private dining rooms and rich brasserie atmosphere.
This popular bistro in the Old Masonic building offers excellent Northern Italian cuisine in a beautiful atmosphere. Blond wood floors and Tuscan yellow walls adorn the inside.
High ceilings, geometric brickwork, hanging lights, and gracefully curved dining room create a sleekly intimate atmosphere at this upscale Japanese restaurant and lounge. Along with a sushi bar offering the freshest seasonal seafood in town, Bluefin's lunch and dinner menus offer deliciously prepared starters and entrees from noodles, teriyaki and bento boxes to Kobe beef and premium Japanese Wagyu beef dishes. Numerous varieties of sake, original house-crafted cocktails, and a generous sampling of domestic, Japanese and other wines and beers complete your evening. Just a short walk from the Sharks and other events at the HP Pavillion.