The Landmark Heritage Foundation is dedicated to preserving the historic Berkeley City Club building and to promoting the legacy of Julia Morgan, its extraordinary architect. News from the Castle, the LHF newsletter, reports quarterly on our projects and progress.
Guided tours of Julia Morgan’s landmark Berkeley City Club building are offered on the fourth Sunday of every month, except December, between 1 and 3:30pm. These 45 minute tours are free and open to the public. No reservation is needed. Please contact us to schedule a group tour on other dates.
Julia Morgan History Center
The Julia Morgan History Center in the Berkeley City Club is a great place to become acquainted with the life and accomplishments of the incomparable
“Miss Morgan.” Drop in for a visit anytime.
LHF Board of Directors 2012
Wendy Markel, President
Mary Breunig, Vice President
Tom Friedland, Treasurer
Sarah Gill, Secretary
Karen McNeill, Ph.D.
Maureen Kennedy, ex officio, BCC President
Sharon Entwistle, ex officio, Building Conservancy of Northern California
Like many non-profits, the Landmark Heritage Foundation is a volunteer organization. Our cadre of docents and volunteers is integral to our success.
Interested in volunteering?