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Things to do in Calistoga

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#1 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: Wineries; Castles
Owner description: Castello di Amorosa is the one of Napa Valley's most unique wineries. At over 121,000 square feet, the 13th century... more » Owner description: Castello di Amorosa is the one of Napa Valley's most unique wineries. At over 121,000 square feet, the 13th century Tuscan-style castle and winery offers a variety of tour options including Reserve wine tours,food and wine pairing tours and vineyard education tours. Castello di Amorosa makes a variety of award winning wines from its location on the hillside above Calistoga. Try "Il Barone" the wine that Robert Parker rated 94 points (2007) and Wine Enthusiast Magazine's, Steve Heimoff rated 94 points (2009). The Castello also produces Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Rose, Pinot Bianco, Sangiovese, Barbera, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Il Brigante blend, Cabernet Sauvignon, La Castellana Super Tuscan Blend, Il Raggio del Sole, Fantasia, Il Passito Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon and Late Harvest Gewurztraminer, the top dessert wine at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition for two consecutive years. « less
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#2 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: History Museums; Specialty Museums; Museums
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Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Pick up information about Calistoga and the surrounding area.
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#4 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: State Parks
Owner description: Located in beautiful Napa Valley wine country, Bothe-Napa Valley offers year-round camping for tents, RVs, bikes, walk-ins... more » Owner description: Located in beautiful Napa Valley wine country, Bothe-Napa Valley offers year-round camping for tents, RVs, bikes, walk-ins and now YURTS! Day visitors enjoy picnicking, hiking trails and a seasonal swimming pool. Large picnic grounds are available for group events. Stop in at our Visitor Center in the 1860s Tucker House, and learn about the park's first homestead families - trail maps available. Hikes range from easy, shady strolls in the redwoods to longer hikes up to Coyote Peak with great views of the valley. Or, take a hike on the History Trail past the historic Pioneer Cemetery and on to our sister park, the Bale Grist Mill, where you can take a tour of an operating water powered mill built in 1846 that still grinds grain on the original stones! « less
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#5 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: State Parks
Owner description: Sweeping views of the Pacific and the Sierra Nevada range are highlights of this state park, which features rough terrain,... more » Owner description: Sweeping views of the Pacific and the Sierra Nevada range are highlights of this state park, which features rough terrain, evergreen forests and a five-mile hiking trail to the top of Mount St. Helena. « less
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#6 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: Forests; Geologic Formations
A number of huge redwoods in this forest point away from Mount St. Helena, which once erupted violently.
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#7 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: The works of Venetian artist Carlo Marchiori, including ceramic plates and tile panels, Roman style base-relief stone... more » Owner description: The works of Venetian artist Carlo Marchiori, including ceramic plates and tile panels, Roman style base-relief stone plaques, and paintings, sculptures and furniture are available here. « less
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#10 of 11 attractions in Calistoga
Category: Hot Springs/ Geysers
Owner description: Like its more famous Yellowstone counterpart, this Napa Valley geyser erupts at regular intervals - every forty minutes, in... more » Owner description: Like its more famous Yellowstone counterpart, this Napa Valley geyser erupts at regular intervals - every forty minutes, in the case of the Calistoga gusher. « less
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