Looking for the coolest things to do in one of the most romantic months of the year? We’ve got you covered. Not only is it Black History Month, Valentine’s Day and the Super Bowl fall in the middle too. We’ve done the deep research for you on the best things to do in Napa including museums, cultural events, food tours, golfing, hikes and more. Speaking of food, we also have an extensive list of our best restaurants in Napa, and if you’re planning a weekend, the the best places to stay.
With temperatures mostly staying in the 50s-60s, the Napa Valley is mild in February.
Featured Photo: Three Sticks Winery courtesy of Stephanie Brereton
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Napa Lighted Art Festival
Now through February 19
This free and walkable open-air art festival lights up downtown Napa for five weeks. Check out 10 lighted sculptures as well as projection artwork on three iconic downtown buildings for the first nine nights of the festival.
More info: donapa.com
Jeff Bridges | Pictures
Now through April 30
An exhibition dedicated to the photography work of Academy-Award winning actor Jeff Bridges is on display in the Main Gallery at the Napa Valley Museum in Yountville. It spotlights Bridges’ artistic process and photographic techniques, informed by a collection of his private “film shoot” books, proof sheets and camera, plus quotes from Bridges himself, providing insight into his work.
More info: napavalleymuseum.org
Feed Your Soul – A Daylong Wellness Retreat in Wine Country
Yoga, meditation, and journaling, along with delicious food and wine at St. Helena’s Harvest Inn — cultivate relaxation and renewal while soaking up exquisite vineyard views alongside the glorious Mayacamas Mountains. Fee includes rental yoga mats (or you’re welcome to bring your own), beverages, lunch and a mindful wine tasting experience.
More info: harvestinn.com
Pop-up Igloo Dinner for Two
February 10-11, 17-18
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with dinner in a pop-up igloo for two on the Village Lawn at The Meritage Resort & Spa in Napa. Snack on Hog Island oysters and entrees ranging from crispy skin salmon to pan seared rib eye.
More info: meritageresort.com
Find Your Heart in Yountville
Weekends, February 11 – March 23
Valentine's Day Dinner at Michelin-Starred PRESS Restaurant
Chef Philip Tessier and his culinary Team are creating a tasting menu filled with Valentine’s delicacies. Tailored wine pairing is available — the award-winning all Napa Valley wine list is the largest and most extensive restaurant collection of Napa Valley wines in the world, and offers guests a glimpse into Napa Valley history with vintages going back to the late 1940’s.
More info: pressnapavalley.com