You can hear the Napa Valley Wine Train before you see it. Starting in Downtown Napa, the train rumbles through towns and vineyards on a 36-mile round trip journey to St. Helena and back, a cavalcade of railroad cars that were built, for the most part, in 1915 by the Pullman Standard Company. Passengers can choose from a variety of dining journeys, including the Gourmet Express (a multi-course meal with wine), Romance on the Rails (dinner and wine in a private booth on the train's Vista Dome) and Murder Mystery (a murder mystery themed dinner). The three-hour dinner rides generally stick to the rails, but if getting off and exploring the vineyards is more of your thing, opt for one of the winery tours; most go to a few wineries and include lunch or dinner on the train. For more information on scheduling a trip on the Napa Valley Wine Train, check out their tours and prices here.
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1275 McKinstry St
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