Napa Valley is legendary for our world-class wine, food, spas, and accommodations.  But there is so much more to do.  Experience a different side of Napa Valley with RAD Napa where a new creative community is reimagining our city’s gritty heart.

There are so many ways to appreciate our outdoor contemporary art gallery.  By foot, by bike along the Napa Valley Vine Trail or aboard one of the Napa Valley Wine Train’s many excursions. Parking is available at the Napa Valley Wine Train Station located at:

1275 McKinstry Street
Napa, California
94559

HOW TO GET TO RAD NAPA

FROM San Francisco

Follow US-101 and CA-37 E to CA-121 N in Sonoma County. Take exit 460A for CA-37 toward Napa/Vallejo. Continue onto CA-37 E. Follow CA-121 N and Old Sonoma Rd to McKinstry St. in Napa. Park at Napa Valley Wine Train at 1275 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559. After parking, continue on foot to the Vine Trail at the intersection of Soscol and Vallejo Street.  RAD Napa runs along a two-mile, semi-industrial section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail, adjacent to the Napa Valley Wine Train tracks.

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FROM OAKLAND

Follow on I-980 E from 14th St and Castro St. Follow CA-24 E and I-680 N to CA-12 W in Solano County. Take exit 39B from CA-12 W/I-80 W. Follow CA-12 W, CA-221 N and Soscol Ave to McKinstry St in Napa. Park at Napa Valley Wine Train at 1275 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559. After parking, continue on foot to the Vine Trail at the intersection of Soscol and Vallejo Street. RAD Napa runs along a two-mile, semi-industrial section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail, adjacent to the Napa Valley Wine Train tracks.

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FROM SANTA ROSA

Head northeast on 4th St toward Old Courthouse Square. Continue onto CA-12 E. Take Arnold Dr and Napa Rd to CA-12 E/CA-121 N. Continue on Old Sonoma Rd. Drive to McKinstry St in Napa. Park at Napa Valley Wine Train at 1275 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559. After parking, continue on foot to the Vine Trail at the intersection of Soscol and Vallejo Street.  RAD Napa runs along a two-mile, semi-industrial section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail, adjacent to the Napa Valley Wine Train tracks.

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FROM SACRAMENTO

Get on CA-99 S/I-5 S from I St. Take I-80 W to CA-12 W in Solano County. Take exit 39B from I-80 W. Follow CA-12 W, CA-221 N and Soscol Ave to McKinstry St in Napa. Park at Napa Valley Wine Train at 1275 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559. After parking, continue on foot to the Vine Trail at the intersection of Soscol and Vallejo Street.  RAD Napa runs along a two-mile, semi-industrial section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail, adjacent to the Napa Valley Wine Train tracks.

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NAPA VALLEY WINE TRAIN

With tracks parallel to RAD’s two-mile footprint along the Napa Valley Vine Trail, the Napa Valley Wine Train offers the most luxurious way to take in the towering murals and evolving sights of the district.

A not-to-be-missed food and beverage experience, the Wine Train offers a collection of dining journeys, gourmet tasting tours and full-day itineraries that are reminiscent of the glory days of train travel aboard immaculately restored and luxuriously appointed vintage rail cars.

Visitors interested in coming aboard can learn more and book their journeys at www.winetrain.com. When you ride the Napa Valley Wine Train, an optional $1 per person donation to RAD is added to every ticket.