“M” is for May and this month means Mother’s Day and Memorial Day Weekend to mark the unofficial start of summer. What’s more… there are music festivals, 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.
May is warm in Napa Valley, with temperatures in the 70s and 80s.
Featured Photo: BottleRock Napa Valley
Inspire Napa Valley
Now in its further year, the three-day wine country event raises funds and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association. The event is organized by Kerrin Laz, founder of K. Laz Wine Collection.
More info: inspirenapavalley.org
The Grand Barrel Party at Castello di Amorosa
Taste more than 30 wines, take part in a blind tasting challenge, and watch how wine barrels are made in a Tuscan-style castle. Along with seasonal bites, there will be live music and complimentary shuttles running to downtown Calistoga.
More info: castellodiamorosa.com
Enjoy a long weekend of award-winning food, wine and music at some of the most sought after locations in Napa Valley. Proceeds support the only nonprofit community health provider in Napa County, OLE Health.
More info: olehealth.org
Yountville Art, Sip & Stroll
Strolling Yountville is fun any day, but this annual event takes it up a notch. More than 50 artists, wineries, and musicians will take over Washington Street.
More info: artsipstroll.com
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.
More info: harvestinn.com
BottleRock Napa Valley
The three-day music, wine and culinary festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with more than 75 musical acts, including headline artists the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Post Malone, Lizzo, and Duran Duran.
More info: bottlerocknapavalley.com