California’s Napa Valley Debuts New Visitor Welcome Center

Visitors to Napa Valley, CA, don’t have to travel very far to get all the information that they need to explore the famed California wine country region. The Napa Valley Destination Council recently debuted a brand-new, 2,400-square-foot Napa Valley Welcome Center along the Riverfront in Downtown Napa that features interactive digital tools and resources to assist travelers, as well as the on-site assistance of volunteer members from the Napa Valley Ambassador team.

“Our volunteer Napa Valley Ambassador team will continue to be the foundation of the center, connecting one-on-one with guests to share the most relevant information and recommendations to satisfy our visitors’ needs,” said Clay Gregory, president and CEO of the Napa Valley Destination Council. “Guests will also have a number of other ways to access information that will enhance their time in our area, including a station equipped with iPads uploaded with our award-winning Visit Napa Valley Mobile Application.”

The Napa Valley Mobile Application is a GPS-enabled tool for smartphones that allows guests to sort through and find wineries, restaurants, hotels, spas, events and activities throughout Napa Valley. It also includes maps and directions, weather reports, local news feeds, special offers from local business and more.

The new center also features an on-site concierge and a Napa Valley Mercantile Shop that sells artisanal products that are either grown or crafted locally from the Napa Valley.



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