With more than 400 wineries, there’s no denying it is wine that makes Napa Valley famous. Most visitors’ itineraries are packed tight with sipping and swirling, but forget to save time for traditional sightseeing. It’s understandable - most wineries are attractions in their own right. But wine country is also home to a number of spots worth checking out that, surprise, don’t involve wine. Warm summers and mild winters make being outside part of day to day life here. Whether it’s hiking at Skyline Wilderness Park or enjoying a picnic in front of a working water wheel at Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park, winter days can involve sunny skies. Park the car and take in some of Napa Valley’s famed scenery aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train. Take a cooking class at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, or see a fainting goat in action at Old Faithful Geyser of California. You won’t miss the wine. It’ll be waiting at dinner. Maybe even lunch too.