Northern California’s premier destination for wine and food is also home to a vibrant arts scene, with some of the world’s most compelling collections and celebrated venues.
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Napa Valley Arts In April®... engaging all the senses.
Celebrate the elemental connection between the arts, wine and food, with this month-long cultural immersion into the Napa Valley. You can extend your stay during April with one of our customized Napa Valley lodging offers or special activities on VisitNapaValley.com.
Scroll down for individual event dates or browse all of the Arts in April exhibits on display for the entire month of April.
Gordon Huether Studio + Gallery
A Napa Artist in His Element
Colorful, textural, playful and often provocative, the art of Gordon Huether is endlessly engaging. Using glass and metal, appropriated imagery and found objects, bits of nature and beams of light, Huether creates pieces that range from intimate collages to large-scale public sculpture.
Napa Valley Museum
Local History & Family Fun
Just across the St. Helena Highway from the culinary mecca of Yountville, you'll find this gem of a museum on the grounds of the California Veteran's Home. Napa Valley Museum offers a welcome break from whirlwind wine-tasting, and visiting its permanent collection of art and artifacts is an experience that truly brings the Valley into focus.
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum
A Tribute to the Author in the Valley He Loved
Adjacent (appropriately enough) to the St. Helena public library, you'll find this one-room museum devoted to Robert Louis Stevenson, author of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, A Child's Garden of Verses and Treasure Island, among other classics.
The Hess Collection Winery
A Lifelong Passion for Art & Wine
Minutes from the restaurants and boutiques of downtown Napa, a winding, wooded country road leads to this iconic winery, where you'll find fine vintages to taste, gardens to stroll, and something utterly unexpected: an art collection 50 years in the making, including works by Robert Rauschenberg, Anselm Kiefer, Robert Motherwell, Andy Goldsworthy, Frank Stella and other titans of modern and contemporary art.