Join Museum Director Julie Scott and Exhibit Curator, Alchemist Dennis Hauck on June 20 at 6:30 pm in dedicating the new Alchemy Exhibit at Rosicrucian Park, which presents the basic principles of Alchemy as a process of personal transformation.
In anticipation of the opening of the Alchemy Museum and Lab in 2016, we will be sharing highlights of the collection in an Alchemy Exhibit in the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum opening on the Summer Solstice 2015.
The Rosicrucian Alchemy Museum will be the first museum of its kind in the United States and will also be the largest Alchemy Museum in the world.
The museum will include a working Alchemy Laboratory with work stations for up to 12 students. Classes on plant and mineral alchemy will be presented by visiting alchemists and herbalists.
We would love it if you would like to help us build our Rosicrucian Alchemy Museum, and you may do so here: Support our Alchemy Museum.
Calling all adventurers! The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum presents its Junior Archaeologist training program for young adventurers ages 5 to 17. This program includes behind the scenes training, hands-on learning opportunities, and the most fun graduation ceremony this side of the Nile!
The Junior Archaeologist program is free with any Friend of the Museum Family Membership (How do I become a member?).
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