Saint Helena is a beautiful city located in Napa County, California, United States of America. Saint Helena is situated in the area of San Francisco Bay and has a small population of almost 6000 residents. The area of Saint Helena does not exceed 5 square miles. The city was settled in the 19th century, incorporated as a village on March 24, 1876 and reincorporated, as Saint Helena City, on May 14, 1889.
The town was the home of one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ellen White, who lived in a home named Elmshaven until 1915. In present, this is a National Historical Landmark. Come visit and compare the cheapest car rental in St Helena. Did you know that Saint Helena was incorporated twice? First in 1876 and then in 1889.
Elmshaven, also known as Ellen White House or Robert Pratt Place is the former home of the co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. White bought this Saint Helena house in 1900 and lived in it until her death. The building was raised in 1885 by Robert H. Pratt, that's why its initial name was Robert Pratt Place. Ellen White was the one naming it Elmshaven thanks to a row of elm trees growing in front of the house. In our time, the house belongs to the church and is used as an Adventist historic site.
Crane Park is a great natural attraction of Saint Helena. The park has an area of more than 12 acres. Within its area there are 6 tennis courts, 8 bocce ball courts, 2 baseball fields, 1 volleyball court and various playground and picnic areas. Crane Park is perfect for a family day out while in Saint Helena.
Beringer Vineyards is one of the greatest attractions of the Napa Valley, located in Saint Helena. The facility has several tasting rooms and offers great tours for those who want to find out how a vineyard is managed. From the great shop inside Beringer, you can buy the wine that most pleased you. Our recommendation is to try the Cabernet Franc.