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Domain sells merchandise made from wine barrels like chairs, ottomans, and tables Sure, you'll leave Napa Valley with some wine, but how about taking home some quirky furniture to remember your trip?
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Eagle Vines is a first-rate facility highlighted by a challenging 18-hole golf course blended with the beautiful landscape of Napa Valley designed by Johnny Miller.
Small production, locally owned, handcrafted winery that offers tastings by appointment.
Pack a lunch and spend a day outside at Elliott Park. You and your family can enjoy loads of amenities including a playground, basketball and tennis courts, and a community garden.
This stately country Victorian residence -- known since 1900 as Elmshaven -- was built in 1885 by railroad developer and executive Robert H. Pratt and served as a vacation home to the Pratt family until 1900.
Scheduled airport shuttle running continuously from Napa to and from the San Francisco and Oakland Airports.
Located within Oxbow Public Market in Downtown Napa. Enjoy an ever-changing tap list of fresh releases to enjoy by sampler flight, beer by the glass, and fresh beer filled “to go” in growlers and Crowler cans.
Findings, located in the heart of Napa Valley is an eclectic mix of unusual home décor and accessories from around the world.
Visit several boutique fashion and retail shops along with restaurants along in the lively, bustling downtown center in Napa.
FLEX Wine Tours takes the extra time to work with your schedule and personal wine preferences while utilizing our local expertise to provide a more updated and cool way to experience wine country.
This local clothing store sells a variety of big brand names as well as wine-themed clothing, bags, accessories, and handmade jewelry from local artists.
Located in a nice neighborhood, enjoy green lawn, picnic tables, a basketball court and playground at this park.
A fine art gallery located in the heart of Napa Valley, Gallery 1870 is a well-known venue for featuring the finest artists in town. They also offer customization and framing services to let you have the whole art experience.
This studio provides the finest art pieces that you can hang on your office wall or above the couch in your living room. You can also get a chance to bag a nice modern sculpture from the most creative folks in the art industry.
Find a plethora of unique items at this consignment, including home décor, household items, tools, collectibles, and antiques.
Take a break from the wine tasting and visit one of Napa's most adored little dive bars. You bring some friends, Green Door will supply the booze.
Browse and shop for a wide variety of items, from clothing, jewelry, and accessories to comic books, toys, furniture, and fresh produce. Grab lunch at one of the food trucks and be sure to bring cash!
This winery, named after a tale of a bear that would visit Calistoga, includes a comfortable and inviting tasting room and knowledgeable staff.
Surrounded by old brick walls and wooden pub-style tables, this local watering hole features live music on the weekends.
Featuring figurative and abstract pieces. Sculptures, paintings, cast glass, and photography.
Located on Pope Street, the four acre park is named after General Jacob Meily who, in 1880, established his vineyards on the park site and winery in the adjacent barn across Sulphur Creek from the park.
Indulge yourself with a guided wine and food pairing offered Wednesday-Sunday.
Jarrar Tours provides custom Winery Tours in Napa and luxury transportation throughout Napa Valley and wine country.
This gallery offers an intriguing art experience, with jewelry from local designers, vintage clothing and accessories, and paintings from several local artists. On Saturday mornings, the gallery offers a beginning watercolor class.
The Jessup Cellars Tasting Gallery offers an exceptional collection of original paintings and sculptures. The gallery represents and supports a variety of established artists as well as local and up and coming artists.
Let us take the wheel and show you around or take you on your own itinerary safely and with the added benefit of your driver being a knowledgeable wine professional.
Specializing in summer wear for men, Kane Men's Wear also has a line for women, so your lady won't feel left out. You can shop for the latest in fashion in between your wine tastings.
This park has three soccer fields and restrooms.
In addition to the delectable taste of their chocolate varieties, Kollar Chocolates will also tickle your senses with their unique chocolates individually handcrafted by its owner, Chris Kollar, in a glass show kitchen.
La Morenita Market continues to be your #1 source for Latino groceries, general merchandise, and the freshest produce.
Lake Beryessa is the largest lake in Napa and offers a wide range of activities including boating, fishing, jet skiing, and swimming in the water which can reach up to 75 degrees in the summer. Numerous trails surrounding the lake are ideal for hiking.
The general public is permitted to enjoy the sports of boating and fishing at Lake Hennessey, the City of Napa's largest local reservoir. Green space alongside Napa's largest reservoir, open for fishing & boating, but no swimming.