Explore Napa Valley
Type: Art Museums, Gardens, Museums
A non-profit public trust, di Rosa features three galleries, home to what's considered the foremost collection of Bay Area art in the world. Set on 217 acres, surrounded by vineyards, di Rosa boasts... Read More
A non-profit public trust, di Rosa features three galleries, home to what's considered the foremost collection of Bay Area art in the world. Set on 217 acres, surrounded by vineyards, di Rosa boasts nearly 2,000 pieces created by 800 artists. Along with multiple galleries, there is a sculpture park, 35-acre lake and a wildlife preserve. The Gatehouse Gallery welcomes drop-in visitors, but in order to view the other galleries and grounds a guided tour is required. All di Rosa galleries are closed every Monday and Tuesday, and a handful of holidays, so plan accordingly. Large bags and backpacks must be checked at the front desk.
5200 Carneros Hwy 121
Napa, CA 94559
- Sightseeing: "Advance reservations for tours are highly recommended to avoid disappointment."
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Set among vineyards in the Carneros Appellation of the Napa Valley, you'll spend a fair amount of time outside, so dress comfortably. Good shoes are a must."
- Best for Sightseeing Because: The near 2,000 piece collection of Bay Area art is unmatched.
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: Bordered by Napa Valley Carneros region vineyards, di Rosa houses more than 2,000 contemporary works by more than 800 San Francisco Bay Area artists.