Charles M. Schulz Museum
Learn everything you've ever wanted to know about the PEANUTS gang—see original cartoon strips and participate in interactive cartooning
The Culinary Institute of America (CIA)
CIA hosts public cooking demonstrations, special events, seminars, and travel programs related to the fine art of eating well. Visitors can dine
at the school's Wine Spectator Restaurant and shop at the Spice Islands marketplace for culinary tools, cookware, bake ware, and specialty
di Rosa Preserve
The di Rosa Preserve is home to a large compilation representing the world's most far-reaching collection of contemporary California Bay Area art.
The Preserve's 250 acre bucolic setting includes a lake and a 130-year old stone winery turned residence.
Napa Fire Fighters Museum
This small museum is filled with old-fashioned fire trucks, hand-drawn hose carts, a horse-drawn fire truck, collections of toy fire trucks, and
a model firehouse. For more information, call 707-226-1426.
Napa Valley Museum
The Napa Valley Museum presents revolving displays representing a wide variety of subjects including history, fine arts, and natural sciences.
The Sharpsteen Museum presents exhibits focused on the history of the upper Napa Valley with an emphasis on the region’s transformation due
to modernization and emigration.
*Palace of Fine Arts photo courtesy of San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau