Morgan Hill Historical Society

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A rich past and a bright future...


join us for an evening of food, a no host prohibition cocktail bar, wine, beer & other refreshments, live music & dancing location: villa mira monte 17860 monterey street morgan hill
date: june 20, 2015
time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
attire: prohibition era (encouraged, but not required)
tickets: $49 per person
21 & up only
purchase tickets below
Speakeasy: A Prohibition Party
FINE WINES IN A BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC SETTING Enjoy the Wine ~ Tour the Site ~ Experience the History Visit Our Wine Tasting Room in the Hiram Morgan Hill House featuring Paradise Valley Vineyard
Estate Grown Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot
Meet the Winery Owners Tasting fee: $5.00 - Bottled Wines for Sale Tasting Hours: 11:30 am - 4:00 pm

UPCOMING DATES: Saturday and Sunday May 2-3
Sunday, May 31
Saturday and Sunday, June 13-14, 27-28

Visit Villa Mira Monte




Fridays: 12:00 - 3:00PM

Saturdays: 10:00 - 1:00PM


17860 Monterey Street

Morgan Hill, CA 95037



(408) 779-5755

The Morgan Hill Historical Society invites you to explore the fascinating story of our California community named after local rancher Hiram Morgan Hill. If the stories in these pages pique your interest, we hope you will come and visit us at Villa Mira Monte (VMM), what remains of the Ranch established in 1884 by Hiram Morgan Hill and his wife Diana Murphy Hill. This 2.5-acre history park is listed on the National Registry of Historic Landmarks.


While at VMM you will discover Hiram and Diana’s beautiful Queen Anne/East Lake Stick style home built in1884. In 2005 a delightful 1911 Craftsman style home, builtby a local orchardist in 1911, was moved to the property and is now the Morgan Hill Museum. Our Centennial History Trail winds through beautiful rose gardens and offers a reflective walk through history highlights of our area.


Our organization is supported by many volunteers and by a membership of local residents who truly value history. We believe in preserving Morgan Hill’s past for future generations and educating students to celebrate our rich history in order to create a strong sense of place.


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