Rosicrucian Alchemy Museum

Exhibits Information

The Museum is looking for old, new, or used items for our exhibits. The following list provides a general idea of what we need, but if you have somthing you think would be appropriate, please let us know. Any donations will be publicly acknowledged and are tax deductible for the value of the item(s). 

  • Laboratory Items
    • Lab Glassware
    • Lab Equipment & Instruments
    • Lab Tools & Utensils
    • Pharmacy & Medical Items
    • Heaters & Furnaces
  • Furniture
    • Antique Wood Desks, Tables
    • Old chairs
    • Bookcases and Shelving
    • Display Cases
    • Oil Lamps & Candles
  • Artwork
    • Paintings & Drawings
    • Posters & Scrolls
    • Sculptures and Reliefs
    • Tapestries & Rugs
    • Old Signs & Plaques
    • Antigue Books & Folios
    • Taxidermic Birds & Animals
  • Display Electronics
    • Amplifiers & Speakers
    • Flat Screen TVs
    • Projectors & Screens
    • Lighting
  • Miscellaneous Items
    • Old Bottles & Jugs
    • Minerals & Ores
    • Plants & Herbs
    • Animal Specimens
    • Pottery & Crocks
    • Cast Iron Items

To donate exhibit maerial, please describe the item(s) in the contact form at DONATE EXHIBITS.

Highlights of the collection will be featured in an Alchemy Exhibit in the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum beginning on the Summer Solstice in June 2015. More information can be found at the Rosicrucian Alchemy Museum page.


To volunteer to help promote the museum, procure new exhibits and donations, or assist in the assembly of exhibits, please contact Dennis William Hauck through the Contact form. There are currently three teams working on the project. The San Jose Team and Sacramento Team are local groups involved in exhibit creation and setup. The Internet Team is a worldwide group of volunteers who work at a variety of ways to support the museum. Visit the Museum Forum for more information.  

Join our Facebook Alchemy Museum Group to provide feedback and suggestions for this exciting project!
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