Napa Valley Wine Train
Time Out says
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.