It might seem cliché to say that the Napa Valley Wine Train is more than the sum of its parts, but it is. Part distinctive Napa Valley fine dining restaurant. Part museum, it’s made up of exquisitely and faithfully restored vintage early 20th century Pullman cars. Part journey, to some of California’s most celebrated wineries.

A luxuriously vintage experience. Elegant 100-year-old railcars. A historic 150-year-old rail corridor. The Wine Train preserves a piece of Napa Valley history and proudly continues railroading traditions that are disappearing from the American landscape. The railroad that once transported visitors to a spa resort in Calistoga now brings guests from around the world on a 36-mile round-trip discovery to St. Helena and back, stopping at celebrated Napa Valley wineries along the way.

Napa Valley’s Best Kept Secret For Concerts And Art Films! Utilizing a grant from the Jarvis family the Conservatory began operation in Napa, CA, in 1995, providing training and support for artists. The Conservatory is dedicated to serious art forms not often available in other places, and at the same time, art forms relating to the large Hispanic community of Napa. All Conservatory productions take place in what has been described as a jewel of a theater, and an acoustic marvel.

The Jarvis Conservatory is located at 1711 Main Street in downtown Napa. Business hours are Tuesday through Friday 9am to 5pm.

Presented by The Culinary Institute of America, The CIA at Copia is a gathering place to “Feed Your Joy™.” Located in the heart of Napa’s Oxbow District, here you can take a cooking or beverage class or Boot Camp in the state-of-the-art Hestan Teaching Kitchen; enjoy seasonal dishes prepared by CIA chefs in our outdoor dining spaces “Grove” and Garden Terrace; a unique, 3D animation tasting menu and exploration of Marco Polo’s Spice Trail; or simply drop in for drinks and bocce or an outdoor movie with friends. Or for a truly unique, food-centric wedding or team-building event, book your special event with us. Whether you’re looking to break bread with friends, improve your culinary knowledge and skills, discover new recipes and cuisines, or make better food choices for yourself and the planet, there’s something for you at The CIA at Copia. As part of the not-for-profit Culinary Institute of America, when you dine in restaurants, shop in-store, or take a class, you help to support future chefs.

Blue Note Napa is a live music jazz club/gourmet restaurant venue occupying the first floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House. The Blue Note Napa seamlessly blends the quintessential Greenwich Village jazz club experience – an intimate atmosphere where the stage is so close to you that you feel as if the performers are playing in your very own living room – mixed with the Northern California wine country ambiance and the historic architecture of the nineteenth century Napa Valley Opera House. Dining at Blue Note Napa is an experience to delight all the senses.

Oxbow Public Market, located in the Oxbow District of Napa, has become the local gathering place for great food and wine in downtown Napa and throughout the Napa Valley. The 40,000 square foot marketplace, which includes a scenic outdoor deck with seating along the Napa River, features a diverse tenant mixture of local food vendors, artisan cafes, and an organic produce outlet for local farms. Oxbow Public Market and its artisans and purveyors passionately support the concept of sustainable agriculture and local harvest—promoting a healthy environment, and social and economic equity within our community.

The Market is located at 610 and 644 First Street in Napa, perfectly situated along the Napa River and Napa River Trail, adjacent to the Oxbow Preserve and Oxbow Commons. The Market is open seven days a week and only closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Most tenants of Oxbow Public Market are open until 9:00 pm seven days a week with later hours on Friday evenings.