Napa unveiled its first-ever Napa Lighted Art Festival over the weekend, showcasing nine original works of art adorning the buildings and streets from downtown to the Oxbow District. The festival, which runs until December 17, turns the streets into a free outdoor gallery from 5–10 p.m.
The large-scale installations use light projectors to display mesmerizing shapes, patterns, and words—like “The Language of Love” at the First Presbyterian Church, which gets covered in the word “love” in multiple different languages.
The light show is the perfect excuse to explore Downtown Napa’s shopping, restaurants, and nightlife, including the farm-to-table restaurant and lively music venue Blue Note Napa. For an easy hop-on, hop-off way to explore the festival, Laces and Limos will pick you up from your hotel (select locations) and take you around on an Electric Tuk Tuk for $25/person.