Off-Site Exhibits

As part of a long term loan and partnership, the restored Baer Blacksmith Shop at McClellan Ranch has most of the Cupertino Historical Society + Museum collection of blacksmithing artifacts. Free drop-in hours are 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. the last Sunday of each month. Come and learn a bit about early Cupertino history and the craft of blacksmithing.

Baer Blacksmith Shop @ McClellan Ranch Preserve
22221 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

Blacksmithing demonstrations can be scheduled for schools and groups for a fee. To schedule, contact Barbara or 408-777-3149.

Pages of Wonder

Fall 2021 - Present

A sample of children’s books from earlier years.

Display cabinet is located on the second floor of the Cupertino Library just to the right of the landing of the grand staircase.

The library is located at 10800 Torre Avenue in Cupertino next to city hall.

Visit the first part of our popular off-site exhibit, “Cupertino Women Making Things Happen,” on the second floor of the Cupertino Library. The first part of this three-part exhibit highlights notable local women from the mid-1800s to 1950. Among the women featured is Elizabeth Lowe Watson, the foremost leader of the California Women’s Suffrage Movement. She served as President of the California Equal Suffrage Association from 1909-1911. She owned and farmed “Sunny Brae,” located off Bubb Road, with her sons. The exhibit was conceived in honor of the hundredth anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in the United States.

Cupertino Women Making Things Happen

February 2020 – Fall 2021

Cupertino Library, 2nd Floor

Valley of Heart's Delight Exhibit

June 2011 - December 2011   Cupertino Library, 2nd Floor

The Cupertino Library in collaboration with the Cupertino Historical Society and the Cupertino Library Foundation announced the inaugural event unveiling The California Western Americana Collection (CWA) at the Cupertino Library. This group has also formed the Santa Clara Valley History Collaborative, with the purpose of enhancing and promoting the historical richness of Santa Clara Valley.