VISITOR INFORMATION

Post-earthquake update:
di Rosa is open for visitors and tours during our standard hours. We thank you for your care and support in this time of recovery. Click here to read a letter from our Executive Director, Kathryn Reasoner, about the recovery efforts at di Rosa. If you would like to donate to the repair and restoration of artwork damaged in the Napa earthquake, please click here.

di Rosa is located at 5200 Sonoma Highway Napa, California 94559
Directions: Google Maps
For information on visiting Napa, visit the Napa Valley website.

The Gatehouse Gallery welcomes drop-in visitors to view di Rosa’s current exhibition, but in order to view the full extent of the collection—including the Main Gallery, Courtyard, Historic Residence, and Sculpture Meadowa tour is required. These informal, guided tours include time for independent viewing of di Rosa’s remarkable collection. Advance reservations for tours are highly recommended.

HOURS

Open Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am–4 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)

di Rosa is closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

In addition, di Rosa is closed October 17-19, 2014 for the Annual Benefit Art Auction.

ADMISSION

The Gatehouse Gallery is open to drop-in visitors with a suggested donation of $5. The Gatehouse Gallery features highlights of the collection and rotating exhibits of contemporary art, offering visitors a taste of di Rosa with beautiful views of Winery Lake.

Those interested in seeing the permanent collection, Historic Residence, or Sculpture Meadow must be on a guided tour. Tours are $12-15 (includes Gatehouse Gallery admission), with discounts available for seniors 65+ and students. For details on tour fees and schedule click here.

We look forward to your visit!

FAQs

Parking: Parking is available for cars, vans, and buses. Space is limited; carpooling is recommended.

Access: di Rosa is committed to making its facilities and programs accessible to all visitors. Entrances and restrooms are wheelchair accessible and complimentary wheelchairs are available in the galleries. Tours may include a visit to the sculpture meadow that follows a gravel path. Those not interested in this part may remain in our beautiful courtyard where benches are available. Please inquire when making your reservation.

Children: Children 11 and under are free and must be under adult supervision at all times. Some works may not be appropriate for all age groups.

Dress: di Rosa is a rural site subject to natural elements. Please dress comfortably and wear sturdy shoes.

Photography: Photography of objects in the permanent collection, taken in existing light with a hand-held camera, is permitted for personal, educational, non-commercial use only. Flash photography and the use of tripods are prohibited. Photographs taken in the galleries, residence, gardens and sculpture meadow may not be sold, commercially reproduced or distributed without written permission from di Rosa.

Preserving di Rosa: Eating, drinking, and smoking are prohibited anywhere on the property, indoors or outdoors. Large bags, parcels, and backpacks are not allowed on tours or in galleries. Pencils are allowed for note-taking and sketching. Pets other than service animals are not permitted on the premises for protection of wildlife.