Opening Celebration: Lucy Liu & the Yates CollectionBuy TicketsBuy Tickets on Eventbrite The Opening Celebration for all current exhibitions will take place on Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 5 to 7 pm and is Free for Museum… Continued »
Lucy Liu: One Of These Things Is Not Like The OthersAn accomplished artist whose work was recently exhibited at the National Museum of Singapore, Lucy Liu has created an impressive collection of deeply personal artworks, ranging from large-scale paintings to… Continued »
On Tour: France is a Feast: the Photographic Journey of Paul & Julia ChildOn exhibition now through March 1, 2020 at the CIA at Copia, the Napa Valley Museum presents its touring exhibition of “France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul… Continued »
The Napa Valley Museum Yountville is a premiere destination for viewing and participating in a wide variety of inspiring and enlightening exhibits featuring the best of art in many forms: from painting to sculpture to photography to interactive installations. The world's best artists and craftspersons - including artists of the Napa Valley and beyond - are on display at the Napa Valley Museum.
The Museum's Spotlight Gallery provides an intimate setting for a closer exploration of an artist's work, as well as a venue for established, emerging and student artists to showcase their latest creations. Spotlight artists frequently feature work for sale during special artist receptions, generously benefitting the Museum's arts and education programs.
The Napa Valley Museum Yountville is dedicated to providing unique experiences that enrich the cultural fabric of our community through exhibitions and educational outreach. The Museum places the Napa Valley in a worldwide context by inspiring residents and visitors to learn about art, history and the environment, while it enriches the community by collecting, preserving, and displaying art and artifacts.
Can’t bring your students to the museum? Bring the museum to your students! Our diverse array of education programs are designed to foster understanding and appreciation of our rich natural and cultural heritage, promote scientific literacy and inspire a passion for learning. With artifacts, images, and curricular materials, our educational programs are a great way to bring our collections to your classroom. All presentations meet Common Core Standards.
The Second Saturday of every month is a Free Family Fun Activity at the Museum - a fantastic way to share great family moments, learn about arts, crafts, science and our environment, and have a little fun, too! Kids who participate get free Museum admission. Activities are from 11 am to 1 pm, and all supplies and instruction are provided.