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Bale Grist Mill  

Robert Louis Stevenson ParkThe park is the site of a water-powered grist mill that was built in 1846. It was once the center of social activity as Napa Valley settlers gathered to have their corn and wheat ground into meal or flour. The owner of the mill was Dr. Edward Turner Bale. He received the property in a land grant from the Mexican government and lived near the site until his . . .

Bothe-Napa Valley State Park  

Bothe-Napa Valley State ParkLocated in the heart of the beautiful Napa Valley wine country, the Park offers camping, picnicking, swimming, and hiking trails that go through stands of coastal redwoods as well as forests of Douglas-fir, tanoak, and madrone. Daytime visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll in Ritchey Canyon on the Redwood Trail to view the delicate ferns and listen to the water . . .

Calistoga Depot  

Calistoga DepotBuilt by Sam Brannan for the Napa Valley Railroad in 1868 one year before the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad. Second oldest remaining railroad station in California. Northern terminus of the Napa Valley Railroad and its successors the Napa Valley Branches of the Central Pacific Railroad and the Southern Pacific Railroad.

Old Faithful Geyser of CA  

Old Faithful Geyser of CACome visit a grand old show, a spectacular, nature- directed performance. The stage, walled by thick bamboo and plumed pampas grass, appears as an innocent pool of shallow water until time for the major attraction. Uprising steam and bubbling hot water announce the geyser. Then, while Mount Saint Helena and the craggy Palisades mountains stand silent . . .

Petrified Forest  

Petrified ForestStep back in Time, over 3 million years, and follow the trail of majestic petrified redwood giants arrayed before you in a fascinating grove in beautiful California wine country. Take a guided walking tour of the Petrified Forest's spectacular upper meadow with Naturalist David Storck. During the 1/2 mile round trip tour, David will explain the volcanic activity and . . .

Robert Louis Stevenson Park  

Robert Louis Stevenson ParkRobert Louis Stevenson State Park is the place where the famous author of Treasure Island and Kidnapped spent his honeymoon in 1880. Although nothing remains of Stevenson’s cabin, the site is identified on the trail to the summit. The area features rough terrain, with evergreen forests in the canyons on north-facing slopes and chaparral on the . . .

Sam Brannon Cottage  

Sam Brannon CottageIn 1978, they completed construction of the museum building and dioramas which they donated to the City of Calistoga. The museum building adjoins a restored original cottage from Brannan's resort, which was moved to this site and incorporated into the museum complex becoming one of the exhibits.


The Sharpsteen Museum  

The Sharpsteen MuseumThe Sharpsteen Museum's permanent exhibits are designed to present the history of the upper Napa Valley from its pre-history to post World War I with an emphasis on people and changes brought by the period of U.S. emigration and development. In addition to its many historical exhibits, the Museum uses unique and extraordinarily extensive . . .

Napa Valley Museum  

Napa Valley MuseumThe Napa Valley Museum is dedicated to promoting the cultural and environmental heritage of the Napa Valley. Our special, changing exhibits represent a diverse range of subjects from fine arts to history to natural sciences. We are committed to presenting exhibits that will entertain and educate our local community and visitors from around the world.

Skyline Wilderness Park  

Skyline Wilderness ParkWelcome to Skyline Wilderness Park, nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Napa Valley. We have many activities and features here to help you get back to nature and see part of our valley as nature intended it. No matter what you came for, be it Trails (Hiking, Horseback or Bikes), The Martha Walker Garden, Disc Golf or just to Picnic. You will be able to relax and . . .

Culinary Institute of America  

Culinary Institute of AmericaLocated in California's lush Napa Valley, the CIA's California campus features a wide variety of innovative professional development programs. Our teaching kitchens are among the finest professional education facilities in the world. Programs are centered in a demonstration theatre and around a series of cooking islands in the . . .

Elmshaven  

ElmshavenThis 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. Ellen G. White, one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, purchased the home in 1900 and lived here until her death in 1915. During her life . . .

Silverado Museum  

Silverado MuseumThe Silverado Museum, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, which houses one of the world's most distinguished collections of Stevensoniana, opened its doors to the public on December 14, 1969, thus commemorating the 75th anniversary of the death of the author of such beloved classics as Treasure Island, Kidnapped, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and . . .

Poplar Hill Estate  

Poplar Hill EstateDr. William J. Casey, a Johns Hopkins School of Medicine graduate, came to San Francisco to complete his training and establish a private practice. In 1975 he opened a new winery in St. Helena, which he named St. Clement in homage to his ancestors who arrived in the new world on two ships, the Ark and the Dove, in 1634. On the first land they touched . . .



di Rosa Preserve  

di Rosa PreserveThe current di Rosa Preserve is a portion of the original 460 acres of land purchased by Rene di Rosa in 1960. Vineyards were established in 1855, but the land and building had fallen into disuse. Phylloxera in the late 19th Century and Prohibition in the 20th Century did away with the vineyards, and the 1886 stone winery was used for making moonshine . . .


Marshall's Farm Honey  

Marshall's Farm HoneyWe At Marshall's Farm have a hand-crafted approach to traditional honey production. Our Beekeeper Spencer Marshall Harvests small quantities of superior quality gourmet honey in the very special microclimates of the San Francisco Bay Area. Spencer searches out locations that support only a few hives but produce exceptional tasting honeys . . .

Napa Firefighters Museum  

Napa Firefighters MuseumThe goal of the Historical Committee is to collect, preserve and display fire related memorabilia. These displays will permit future generations to examine history through the realism of treasures as reflected by the nineteenth and twentieth century artifacts. The Napa Firefighters Museum is largely funded by supporters, attendees/ visitors and community . . .

Napa Valley Opera House  

Napa Valley Opera HouseThe Napa Valley Opera House was built in 1879 as one of the first "respectable" venues west of the Mississippi River. For the latter half of the 19th century, the Napa Valley Opera House was the cultural center for the region, until the decline of vaudeville and other pressures forced it to go dark in 1914.The house was nearly destroyed until a . . .


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to define and protect the geogra-phical region where the grapes for a wine were grown. Some of the oldest wine appellations of Samaria, Carmel, Jezreel and Helbon are found in the Bible. In the United States wine appellations have been grandfathered into the American Viticultural Area better known by the acronym: AVA. Before the installation of the AVA system wine appellation regions were often defined by state or county boundaries. Using the AVA name on a wine label requires that 85% of the grapes used must come from the listed viticultural area. There are thirteen wine appellations in Napa Valley.

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