Yountville is the perfect place to park your car and stroll the town. While you enjoy all that Yountville has to offer try and complete our fun scavenger hunt! 

Question One

Yountville is known as the “Heart of the Napa Valley”. How many heart sculptures are there on the Yountville Art Walk?

Question Two

George Yount was the founder of Yountville and is credited with planting the first grapes in Napa County. Can you find his Mill Stones on display?

Question Three

One of the oldest wineries in Napa Valley, Built in 1870, is located in Yountville. It now is the shopping center in Yountville. What was the name of the original winery?

Question Four

Thomas Keller’s famous restaurant The French Laundry helped to make Yountville an international destination for food as well as wine. Can you find where The French Laundry grows most of its vegetables?

Question Five

Yountville Town Hall used to be another type of place that lots of people (mostly children gathered), what was it?

Question Six

Yountville is home to the worlds “greenest luxury resort”, which was awarded LEED Platinum Certification in 2010 – one of only two American hotels to have the honor. What is the name of the Hotel? What is it named after?

Question Seven

People come from all over the world to taste wine in the Yountville Tasting Rooms! How many tasting rooms are located in town? Which one is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places and pictured to the left?

Question Eight

About 1,000 people in Yountville live in the big complex on the east side of Highway 29. What is this complex and when was it built?