1. Napa Wine Train: Whether you are visiting or live locally, the Napa Wine Train is worth at least one trip. You can have a casual lunch or dinner, catch a Murder Mystery, wine tour or check out one of their special events.
2. Oxbow Market: I absolutely love the Oxbow Market. My favorite bakery - The Model Bakery - is there and is one place I never miss when I'm in the area. Check out the specialty cheese shop and Kara's cupcakes for some extra treats to take home. Or pick from the several restaurants to eat at.
4. Holiday B&B Tour: There are many historic Victorian homes as well as other homes of architectural interest. Many have been turned into Bed & Breakfasts/Inns or business buildings, a few are privately owned. On the Holiday B&B tour, you get to tour several participating B&B's and Inns, sample local wine, beer, and restaurants You can read more about my experience at last year's tour HERE. The Historic Society also gives tours of other historic homes (see below).
5. Searching for Ancestors in Napa: This may only be of interest to those who know they have ancestors who lived in Napa. The Historic Society has a great index of resources available as well as many special events. You can read about my search at the Historic Society HERE or check out their website HERE. Besides the Historic Society you will not want to miss the Napa Valley Genealogical Biographical Society's research library, the main Napa Library (which has most of the Napa newspapers on microfilm), Tulocay Cemetery (the oldest cemetery in Napa) and pick up copies of records at the Napa County Recorder-Clerk's office.
6. Shopping: There are many shops in Napa that may be of interest or you could check out the Napa Outlet stores. Check out the Downtown shops HERE and the Outlets HERE.