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What to do in Napa besides taste wine

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I am ashamed to say that I've sort of left things to the last minute. We're going to Yountville for Thanksgiving weekend (tomorrow). All I've done is arrange dinners and book a hotel. I live in San Francisco but I haven't been up to the Napa area in quite a while. Are there any good hikes or scenic walks to take? I'm a runner and I love beautiful trail runs. Any little museums, contemporary art galleries, or historical sites to visit? Other interesting things to do in Yountville/Napa and nearby?

Usually I am an overplanner but somehow things got away from me this time. I'm sure we'll muddle through but if anyone has any tips or suggesions, I'd love to hear them.

Have a great Thanksgiving, all!

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