The Museum reopened on Friday, June 18, 2021 on a limited schedule:
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm.
Closed most major holidays.
Masks are required to protect our vulnerable Veterans Home resident population.
Situated mid-valley in the historic town of Yountville, between St. Helena and Napa, the Napa Valley Museum Yountville is dedicated to enriching the cultural fabric of our community through exhibitions, collections, educational programs and creative activities that promote knowledge and understanding of art, nature and history.
In the Main Gallery, the Museum presents an exciting schedule of major revolving art exhibitions. In the Spotlight Gallery, the Museum presents changing exhibitions from local and regional artists, including student showcases. And in the History Gallery, The Land and People of Napa Valleypresents the Valley’s history through its extensive permanent collection of approximately 15,000 items including mineralogical and geological specimens; Native American artifacts; art work by California artists; and items of cultural heritage from the Napa Valley from 1830 to present, representing the history of Napa Valley as a world-class wine producing region. With hands-on participatory exhibits and family-friendly activities, the Museum has something to inspire visitors of all ages, languages and interests.