• Membership Appreciation Party 2018

    On Friday, October 12, the Museum will host its annual Member Appreciation Party from 5 to 7:00 pm. Join us for a California-themed dinner, great California wines and other beverages, and tour our current exhibitions: “California Dreamin’” and “Tim Bessell, … Continued

  • Meet the Artists! Matt Rogers & Melissa Chandon

    Above: Matt Rogers, Summer Strand, Oil on Canvas, 54 x 114 inches 2018 Melissa Chandon and Matt Rogers’ joint exhibition at the Napa Valley Museum Yountville embodies the idyllic “California Dream” of freedom and vitality. Paintings of palm trees, lifeguard … Continued

  • Opening Celebration for “Paintings by Marvin Humphrey”

    From September 22 through October 28, 2018 Napa Valley Museum Yountville will present paintings by beloved St. Helena artist Marvin Humphrey, in the History Gallery. An Opening Celebration on Saturday, September 29 at 5 pm is FREE for Members; $10 for Non-Members. … Continued

  • “Compassionate Action” with Peter Coyote and Dick Grace

    SOLD OUT! There may be cancellations at the door. Napa Valley Museum Yountville continues its popular “In Conversation” series of speaking events with “Compassionate Action,” a discussion of how to turn our individual compassion into positive action for the benefit … Continued

  • Opening Celebrations California Dreamin’ Rogers/Chandon; Bessell Surfboards

    Please join our Opening Celebrations with the Artists on Saturday, September 1 from 5 – 7:30 pm for two exhibits: California Dreamin’ – paintings by Melissa Chandon & Matt Rogers in the Main Gallery and Surfboard Artist Tim Bessell in the Spotlight … Continued

  • Kindness Celebration & Walk

    Join Kindness Ambassadors Talulah & Ruby Finkelstein and the Napa Valley Museum Yountville for the Second Annual Napa Valley Kindness Celebration and Walk on August 18, 2018.  Participants are encouraged to bring signs with messages of kindness and gather at Yountville … Continued

  • Artist Talk with “Glass Master” Randy Strong

    Meet the extraordinary glass artist Randy Strong in the Spotlight Gallery! Trace the Artist’s career from the early days of California School of the Arts in Oakland to the Pilchuck School in the state of Washington to now as part … Continued

  • Herrero Happiness Hour

    To celebrate the Napa Valley Museum Yountville’s summer exhibit: “Lowell Herrero: Origins of an Original,” the Museum will offer HERRERO HAPPINESS HOUR from 12 noon to 1 pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays starting now through the exhibit’s run, which ends on … Continued

  • Opening Celebration of “Randy Strong – Glass Master”

    In the Spotlight Gallery from July 7 through August 19, Napa Valley Museum Yountville will present: Randy Strong – Glass Master, a unique collection of artist Randy Strong’s legendary 45-year career in the historic American Art Glass movement. View Strong’s work from … Continued

  • Opening Celebration “50 Years of the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve”

    In the History Gallery from July 7 through September 16, 2018: 50 Years of the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve. An interactive and dynamic exhibit to educate museum visitors about the History of the Napa Valley’s Agricultural Preserve: its key players, … Continued

  • Randy Strong- Glass Master

    From July 7 to August 19, Napa Valley Museum Yountville will present Randy Strong – Glass Master, a unique collection of Berkeley artist Randy Strong’s legendary 45-year career in the historic American Art Glass movement. View Strong’s work from early groundbreaking … Continued

  • 50 Years of the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve

    Created in April 1968, the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve became America’s first agricultural preserve, and is one of the primary reasons why the Napa Valley is, and will remain the preserved world-famous wine-growing region for generations to come. For more than 50 … Continued

  • Opening Celebration for Herrero & Oliveira Exhibits

    Saturday, June 2 at 5 pm. Free for Members; $20 Non-Members Tickets available on our Tickets & RSVP page and at Eventbrite Nathan Oliveira, whose work will be on exhibit in our Spotlight Gallery from May 12 – July 1, was … Continued

  • Nathan Oliveira: A Figure Apart

    Nathan Oliveira was an American artist and prominent member of the second generation of the Bay Area Figurative artists. Though he worked with a variety of media, subjects, and disciplines over the course of his long career, Oliveira is best … Continued

  • Meet the Authors of “France is a Feast”

    Meet the authors of “France is a Feast: the Photographic Journey of Paul & Julia Child” in the Museum on Saturday May 5 from 1 to 3. Alex Prud’homme and Katie Pratt will be on hand to sign and personalize … Continued

  • 7th Annual Top Drink Cocktail Festival

    Napa Valley Museum Yountville continues its popular TOP DRINK Cocktail Festival, which will return for its seventh year on May 20, 2018 from 2 to 4:30 PM. Guests will enjoy signature Charbay cocktails created by Napa Valley’s best mixologists. This … Continued

  • “Eyes and Words to the Land”

    “Eyes and Words to the Land” is an art-making project of student photography and poetry curated by former Napa County Poet Laureate Beclee Wilson. Students from Saint Helena Elementary School will receive cameras to explore the world around them as … Continued

  • Tartan Day Scotch Whisky Tasting SOLD OUT!

    Single malt whiskies are more popular than ever, and Scotland makes the best in the world. Explore Scotch whisky under the expert tutelage of James Forbes, creator of the Dramophone Whisky app (www.bearshead.com) and patron of Scotland’s popular Lonach Highland Gathering & Games (www.lonach.org). Learn … Continued

  • “France is a Feast” dinner at Hurley’s Yountville

    On Friday, March 30 from 6 to 10 pm, enjoy a three course dinner inspired by the French Chef for $65 (plus tax/tip); Hurley’s is generously donating 15% to the Napa Valley Museum Yountville! Reserve by calling Hurley’s at (707) 944-2345. Hurley’s is located at 6518 … Continued

  • “First Response” from Justin-Siena High School

    Art can be purposeful in a collective grieving process, a tragedy is perceived in many different ways and at times expressed more clearly in a visual representation, when words are inadequate or less accessible. Tragedy can produce grief but also … Continued