Napa Valley Activities
Castello Di Amorosa - the Castle
Castello Di Amorosa, Napa Valley's premier castle winery, owned by Dario Sattui who is also current owner of V. Sattui Winery. The "Castle" is a replica medieval Italian castle. Construction took 20 years to complete and is a great tour for young and adult alike!
Napa Firefighter Museum
This small museum is a gem, stuffed to the gills with old fashioned fire trucks, hand drawn hose carts, a horse drawn fire truck, whole collection of toy fire trucks, hats, uniforms, hoses, nozzles, fire alarm boxes, model fire house, and two huge stuffed Dalmatian dogs. Contact: Jerrett Anderson Address: Napa City Firefighters Association 1201 Main Street, Napa, CA 94559 Phone:(707)259-0609.
Napa Valley Opera House
The 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.
Old Faithful Geyser of California
In the heart of the wine country, experience the
wonders of nature's geysers and the mineral waters and spas that have become destinations for millions of world wide travelers.
Step 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.
Safari West Wildlife Preserve and African Tented Camp. The wildlife park is designed to give the animals the ability to interact and roam about freely, as well as engage our guests in a once in a life time experience — an African luxury safari in the wine country.
Sonoma TrainTown Railroad, Rides & Petting Zoo
TrainTown is a 10 acre amusement park with small scale trains, a petting zoo, carousel, rollercoaster and more nestled among a nice park with redwoods. Limited operation hours - call (707) 938~3912 for information.