Adult Day Trips

Join friends - make new friends - take an adult trip with Roseville Parks & Recreation.
  • For more details or to be added to our mailing list, please call 651-792-7006.
  • Space is limited- register early!
  • All Roseville participants will leave from the north parking lot of the Roseville Skating Center, 2661 Civic Center Drive
  • Trips are offered in partnership with New Brighton Parks & Recreation and St. Anthony Community Service
Registration opens January 1 online & January 3 in person or over the phone.

King Lear at The Guthrie & Back Stage Tour

Wednesday, March 8      Program #7201.168       $69 
Shakespear’s epic tragedy on Wurtele Thrust Stage is King Lear.  After years of ruling Britain in peace, a respected King Lear decides to relinquish his crown and divide his kingdom among his three daughters, but when their love and loyalty falter, so does Lear’s sanity.  King Lear is a gripping portrait of fathers, daughters and a once-mighty ruler thwarted by his own hubris and betrayed by a vanishing mind.  Also include in this great trip is a 45 minute backstage tour to learn from the Guthrie artists and staff how a production is created – from literary background to set and costume design to the staging of the play.  A box lunch (choice of sliced roast beef, turkey or vegetarian sandwich) is also included in this fantastic tour. 
  • Tour includes deluxe transportation, play, backstage tour & box lunch.
  • Register January 31
  • Depart at 9:30am, return around 1:45pm
Minnesota State Capitol Tour & Lunch
Wednesday, March 29      Program #7201.169      $38
Curious to see what has been going on behind all those temporary walls at the Minnesota State Capital? Join us as we go on a 45-minute guided tour of the capital building which will be re-opening after an extensive restoration effort, the largest since opening in 1905. Some of the highlights will include: the largest
self-supported marble dome in the world and decorative art, murals and paintings restored to original patterns and colors. We will also take some time to explore some of the 20 monuments and memorials on the capitol grounds. This tour will include a lot of walking so please wear comfortable shoes. After exploring at the State Capital we will stop by the City View Grille for a buffet lunch. The City View Grille is operated by the Saint Paul College Culinary Arts Program and has fabulous views of downtown Saint Paul, the State Capitol and the Cathedral of St. Paul.
  • Fee includes transportation, tour & buffet lunch
  • Register by March 1.
  • Depart at 9:30am, return around 1:45pm

Barn Quilt Countryside Tour


Thursday, April 13     Program #7201.170     $46
Travel across the scenic countryside discovering an open-air art gallery in beautiful Carver County.  Starting at the Waconia Fairgrounds our guide, Janet Fahey, featured barn quilt presenter will step on our luxury coach as you ride through some of the most beautiful countryside and learn about the talks & tales of MN Barn Quilts.  You will have several chances to get out and stretch, do some shopping and visit folks that own some of these beautiful barns along your tour. We will stop at the Waconia Brewing Company for a luxury box lunch and beverage.  Lunch options include your choice of turkey or ham sandwich on white, wheat or rye bread. 

  • Fee includes transportation, step on presenters, tour, lunch & gratuities.
  • Register by March 1.
  • Depart at 9am, return around 2:45pm

Festival of Nations


Friday, May 5     Program #7201.171     $40
Join us for a day full of culture and fun!  For nearly 85 years, the Festival of Nations has inspired people throughout the region to discover more about our world and embrace the rich cultural diversity brought to us by immigrants from around the globe. In 2017, the Festival will continue its legacy as the longest running multicultural festival in the Midwest and, once again, collaborate with nearly 100 ethnic groups to create a truly unique experience - one that celebrates cultural heritage and provides our community's immigrants with a platform to express their stories through world-class performances, exhibits, ethnic cuisine, and personal connections.  We will provide you with as much information we can on schedules of performances, activities, and maps of the event so you don’t miss anything.  Experience cuisine from around the world (food is not included in registration fee).  Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to experience this outstanding event! 
  • Fee includes transportation, & ticket to the festival
  • Register by April 3
  • Depart at 3:30pm, return around 8:15pm

Registration


Register for our trips in person at the Parks & Recreation office at City Hall 2660 Civic Center Drive, by phone at 651-792-7110, by mail, or register online.