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 a 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.
Features contemporary exhibitions of work by Bay Area artists and provides views of Winery Lake. An admissions desk is located inside, and all guided tours begin here.
Presents modern and contemporary works and special commissions by celebrated Bay Area artists.
A Napa County Landmark, this 130-year-old three-story stone building was converted from a winery to the home of Rene and Veronica di Rosa from 1960–1996, and later, a gallery housing works from the permanent collection. Due to smoke damage from the 2017 Northern California wildfires, the Residence Gallery is closed through 2018 while conservation efforts take place.
A 1/3-mile trail winds its way past dozens of outdoor sculptures. The Outdoor Sculpture Tour and seasonal Art and Nature Hikes provide an opportunity to explore the Sculpture Meadow up close.
Access beyond Gallery 1 is by guided tour only. Visit our tours page for more information.