Main content starts here, tab to start navigating

Things To Do

Positioned in the heart of Napa Valley on Highway 29, between Calistoga and Yountville, Station St. Helena is the perfect stop over to fuel all your Napa Valley adventures, day and night. Here are our Top 5 Things to Do in St. Helena.

1. Explore a Historic Winery

St. Helena is home to some of the most renowned wineries in the Napa Valley. Take a tour of the Beringer Vineyards, the oldest continuously operating winery in the Napa Valley, or visit the historic Charles Krug Winery, founded in 1861.

Other favorites include Schramberg for bubbles or Merryvale for rich Cabernet Sauvignons and Chardonnays.

2. Picnic in the Park

Spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic lunch in a scenic location around St. Helena such Bale Grist Mill Historic State Park or Bothe-Napa Valley State Park.

The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone also has a beautiful campus with plenty of green space, or you can head to Lyman Park for a picnic with a view of the Mayacamas Mountains. Pick up one of our seasonally driven grab-n-go sandwiches or salads on the way.

3. Shop on Main Street

Main Street in St. Helena is lined with charming shops and boutiques. Browse the racks at the stylish Veronica Beard and Elysewalker, pick up some souvenirs at the St. Helena Olive Oil Company and swing afterward by to refuel with a delicious iced coffee or cortado.

4. Bike the Countryside

With its stunning scenery, world-class wineries, and delicious food, St. Helena is a great place to explore by bike. Rent a bike from St. Helena Cyclery and explore the scenic Silverado Trail or the quiet country roads around St. Helena. 

Feeling adventurous? Take on the Napa Valley Vine Trail — 47 miles of safe and scenic ways to explore Napa's wine country. Grab one of our cult favorite superhero muffins to sustain you for the ride. 

5. Photograph A Sunset

The sunsets in St. Helena are truly spectacular. Head to the top of Howell Mountain for a breathtaking panoramic view of the Napa Valley, or find a spot along the Silverado Trail to capture a ‘gram-worthy sunset shot.