History

The Cupertino Historical Society and Museum (CHS&M) is dedicated to ensuring that the heritage of Cupertino stays alive for all to understand and share, and for all to assimilate as their heritage. CHS&M was established in 1966 and the Museum was opened in 1990.

Our purpose is to "Create a Passion for the Past." We do this by collecting the artifacts and ephemera that represent the past and present of Cupertino. The CHS&M houses approximately 3,000 artifacts spanning over 100 years of Cupertino’s history – including settlement, agriculture, education, home life, and business. Select artifacts are displayed in our museum according to theme in rotating vignette exhibits.


Upcoming Event:

CHS Annual Fundraising BBQ
A Sip of History - A Taste of the West 
Sunday, June 28, 2015
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards, 
22645 Garrod Rd., Cupertino.

Tickets: $50 per person; $10 for children under 12
For further information please contact the CHS at 408.973.1495 or email cuphistsociety@sbcglobal.net

Located in the Quinlan Community Center, the museum is open to the public.
Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. depending on the availability of  museum volunteers. Please call 408.973.1495 to make sure the museum is open.
 Admission is FREE but donations are always welcome.

Please specify - Donation is for: CHS Operating Funds / CHS Collections / Annual Fund Drive / General