The Place

Located on 217 scenic acres in the Carneros region of the Napa Valley, di Rosa offers visitors refuge to view the art of Northern California in a singularly unique setting. The property includes three separate galleries, a sculpture park, a 35-acre lake, and wildlife preserve. Protected in perpetuity under the Napa County Land Trust, di Rosa is rich in flora and fauna, with open space that is home to a fascinating array of wildlife, native plant species, and di Rosa’s own peacocks.


Featuring changing exhibitions of work by Bay Area artists and selections from the permanent collection, the Gatehouse Gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday with a suggested donation of $5.


The heart of the di Rosa collection includes modern and contemporary paintings, drawings, sculpture, and photographs by well-known Bay Area artists including William Allan, Robert Arneson, David Best, Joan Brown, Enrique Chagoya, Bruce Conner, Roy De Forest, Jay DeFeo, Paul Kos, Manuel Neri, and others. The Main Gallery is open for tours only.


Once the home of Rene and Veronica di Rosa, this 125-year-old winery-turned-residence houses hundreds of works of art. A Napa County Landmark, the Historic Residence is open for tours only.


The large courtyard and garden adjacent to the Historic Residence features numerous sculptures by Viola Frey, Robert Hudson, William T. Wiley, and more, along with views of Winery Lake and the neighboring vineyards.


Overlooking the Sculpture Meadow, the North Lawn is home to two dozen large-scale works of art surrounded by vineyards and open space, including the Glass Chapel by Veronica di Rosa, Robert Earnest, and Gordon Huether.


A 1/3 mile trail winds its way past large-scale outdoor sculptures by such artists as Ray Beldner, Mark di Suvero, Alan Shepp, and Samuel Yates. The Outdoor Sculpture Tour and seasonal Nature Hikes provide an opportunity to explore the Sculpture Meadow up close. Visit our tours page for more information.