Napa County Historical Society 1219 1st St, Napa, CA94559 The Historical Society is a free research library and museum dedicated to the preservation of the history and lore of…More Napa County. Located in a historic building in downtown Napa which is the oldest library in California still used for its original purpose, the library holdings include books, old city directories, architectural plans, land grants, photographs, and other unique documents. Visitors are encouraged to view the museum and also become members.
Historic Barrel Room 6481 Washington St, Yountville, CA94599 Located within The Vintage Inn Estate, the Historic Barrel Room is an event hall available for private parties and…More special events. With 2,700 square feet of space, it features 36-foot high ceilings and state-of-the-art theatrical and task lighting. The room can be configured a variety of ways, depending on the event, with a maximum of 250 individuals. On-site catering is available.
Napa County Landmarks 1219 1st St, Napa, CA94559 Napa County Landmarks is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the area's historical sites and promoting…More historical appreciation through educational programs, public policy advocacy, research and technical assistance. The group was incorporated in 1974 and welcomes new members. Membership includes quarterly newsletters, invitations to members-only events and discounts and advance tickets to community events.
Foothill Beckerts 3037 Foothill Blvd, Calistoga, CA94515 Foothill Beckerts is a local bed and breakfast. It is conveniently located with easy access to such sites as Old…More Faithful, historic trails and the Mt. St. Helena Golf Course.
Napa County Landmarks 1219 1st St, Napa, CA94559 Napa County Landmarks is a non-profit that was incorporated in 1974 and is housed in downtown Napa proper. Its…More mission is to restore rather than replace historic monuments from the city's rich past. The organization sources funding in cooperation with the Napa County Historical Society. Donors include the Mead Foundation, the Community Foundation of Napa Valley and many private sources. The museum and research library are open Thursday to Saturday from noon until 4pm.
Napa Valley Model Railroad Historical Society 575 3rd St, Napa, CA94559 Established in 1955, the Napa Valley Model Railroad Historical Society was created to encourage model railroad…More hobbyists and to construct and maintain an HO Scale layout of Napa Valley and the surrounding areas. The society currently occupies a two-story building that serves as a library, meeting space and workshop. It also features Napa Valley Northern layout, which is housed in a 3,600-square-foot room and can be viewed at no charge.
Birthright of Napa 1447 4th St, Napa, CA94559 The Napa location of Birthright International is on the first floor of the historic Comstock Building. The…More pregnancy-counseling agency has a separate entrance to the rear of the front porch.
William Self Associates is a consultancy in archaeology and historic preservation. With numerous offices, including…More Napa, this firm offers services related to the discovery, documentation and even testimony of sites that have historical or archaeological significance. William Self works with all government agencies as well as private developers and clients on small, medium and large projects.
Only one employee works out of this office in Napa. The main office for William Self Associates is in Orinda, Calif.
Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park 3369 Saint Helena Hwy N, Saint Helena, CA94574-9660 Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park is a public park operated by the state's parks and recreation department. It…More features a wind-powered mill originally constructed in 1846, for use by Napa Valley settlers to grind corn and wheat and serve as a prominent social center. The parks amenities include hiking trails, picnic areas and more. Tours and milling demonstrations are available on weekends. The park is also open to school groups on Tuesdays by appointment.
The Hennessey House was built in 1889 and is on the National Registry of Historic Places. Its 10 rooms preserve…More historic ambiance with discreetly placed modern conveniences. Each room includes a a king/queen size bed, TV, WiFi, spa tub and wine cooler. The house sits on a half acre within walking distance to downtown and a short distance to the wineries.
The Hennessey House's hosts are Kevin and Lorri Walsh, who have owned it for seven years. Kevin and Lorri are members of NBBI and are generous donors for local charities, such as Parents Can, NEWS, NV Hospice & Adult Care and NV Food Bank.