1. Natasha Doubson

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    My goto place every time I have a visitor from out of the area. The shock value of taking somebody to see a replica pharaoh’s tomb where they’d least expect to find it – in Silicon Valley, of all places – simply cannot be beat.The free and ample parking nearby is quite convenient and the museum store sells memorable goodies.

  2. Melissa Simpson

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    Spent a lovely Sat with the Mummies & other Egyptian artifacts. Lovely grounds to walk around in after as well. Check out the garden for inspiration on what to grow

  3. Vishwajith HK

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    The museum has a great collection of artifacts from all eras of the Egyptian civilization. If real mummies are not mysterious enough, they have a walk-through replica of a tomb. I was amazed to by the details of the carvings and the beautiful wall paintings in its chambers.The museum has a planetarium with a daily show which was a complete let-down. It uses a low-resolution, rectangular projector which looks worse than a large-screen TV. The ticket for it is free for visitors of the museum. So, I can’t complain much.Definitely a great place to visit for someone interested in ancient history.

  4. Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities

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    Still a bit old fashioned, with outdated descriptions and displays but they are improving and becoming a more “professional” establishment.Worth a visit for anyone interested in Egyptology.

  5. kandy langford

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    Irrelevant to you all – from decades ago. (No computers to leave reviews) My mom always took us kids there. It was free. Never tired of the mummies & shrunken heads. Hope they still have shrunken heads – fascinating. The tomb room – dark & mysterious w/the rocky floor. No guided tours – no guides – you got to wander around as long as you wanted. The Museum should know just how long it’s been a glorious place to visit. Sounds like much has changed – the crowds & waiting to be let in? “The times they are a-changin”… (no planetarium then)