Things to Do in Downtown Napa
When you plan your next vacation to the San Francisco Bay Area, at the top of your must-see list should be Napa Valley. Napa offers visitors amazing tranquil scenery, world-class wineries, shopping, spas, private and group tours as well as a wide selection of gourmet restaurants. There are so many hidden gems to enrich your experiences. Downtown Napa offers something for everyone with its unique attractions.
Visit Downtown Napa and Create Wonderful Memories:
Napa is known for its world-class wineries where you can enjoy perfectly aged wines from over 400 wineries in the region. Most of the wineries, restaurants, and craft breweries are family owned, as are the unique gift shops and boutiques.
On Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8 am – 12:30 pm, visitors to Napa can enjoy the Farmers Market. More than 40 local farms provide certified organic seasonal fruits and vegetables, flowers, herbs meats, eggs, and seafood. The Farmers Market also showcases local artisan goods and gourmet cheeses, jams, honey and baked treats. The Farmers Market is a family-friendly venue, offering Chef demonstrations, and children’s activities. You can learn more about the Farmers Market by visiting: www.napafarmersmarket.org
Oxbow Public Market It is one of the most beloved gathering spots of locals and tourists alike. It is an indoor community gathering place and offers visitors live music, cooking demos, wine and beer tastings, organic produce, custom furniture, and collectibles.
If you want to get a front row seat to the splendor of Napa, The Napa Wine Train is a must. Originally built in 1864 the train runs through the western and eastern side of Napa Valley. The train transports guests through the older industrial section of Napa and soon astounds guests with the famed agricultural beauty that is synonymous with Napa. The Napa Valley Wine Train offers wine tasting, touring, and gourmet meals during its thirty-six mile round trip excursion. The ride lasts for three hours and takes passengers through the stunning wine country. You can learn more about the Napa Wine Train here: www.winetrain.com
Napa is genuinely a food, wine, and art lover’s paradise. Visitors to the area can take cooking classes at Copia, Culinary Institute of America, or settle in and listen to the best jazz or live theater in the area at the Blue Note Napa.
Book Your Stay at Cedar Gables Inn:
When visiting Napa, be sure to book your stay at historic Cedar Gables Inn. Cedar Gables Inn is a stunning example of Arts and Crafts style architecture and is within walking distance to bustling Downtown Napa. Cedar Gables Inn is the perfect choice for couples looking for a romantic get-away. Book direct at www.cedargablesinn.com to enjoy the lowest rates.