In 1894, Adolph Sutro built the Sutro Baths in San Francisco, CA. The bath house was designed to give local San Franciscans an inexpensive space to go swimming, although he also included natural history and art history exhibits, featuring artifacts from all over the globe, including Egyptian mummies. After Sutro’s death in 1898, his family maintained the property, which lost popularity through the Great Depression, and eventually was destroyed in a fire in 1966. You can still see the ruins today in San Francisco.
Sources: National Park Service, Atlas Obscura