Visit Napa Valley
Visit Napa Valley

Travel Advisory

Napa Valley

Wildfire Update

10/20/20 — The Glass Incident fire is 100% contained, and Napa Valley is open and welcoming visitors.

We understand the visuals shared may have left a lasting impression that much has been destroyed, but a majority of Napa Valley is physically unaffected. Any loss is heartbreaking, but mother nature will heal burned hillsides and vineyards, and our neighbors will rebuild. The best way to help the Napa Valley is to experience it in person, to support our small businesses and the people they employ. More than 400 wineries, 90 urban tasting rooms, 150 restaurants, and 130 hotels and small inns are ready to welcome you.


Open Businesses

Find a full list of all restaurants, wineries and hotels currently open to visitors: Open Businesses


Visiting during Coronavirus

Due to Coronavirus protocols and limited capacity allowed, advanced reservations are required for wine tasting and strongly suggested for dining.

  • Wineries are open for outdoor & indoor service, with 25% indoor capacity
  • Restaurants are open for outdoor & indoor dining, with 50% indoor capacity
  • Hotels, spas, and retail shops continue to welcome guests

If you are planning a visit to Napa Valley, we kindly ask that you help protect yourself, your family, and our community from the threat of COVID-19 by minding the safety protocols:

  • Wear a mask, both indoors and out unless seated
  • Physical distance in public
  • Only visit with members of your household

See how Napa Valley is committed to the health and safety of our guests: Coronavirus Health and Safety Standards


Supporting Napa Valley

Thank you to so many who have reached out asking how you can help the people of Napa Valley. One of the easiest ways is to buy Napa Valley wine.

You can also donate to the Napa County Community Foundation to support those impacted by this tumultuous year.