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

St. Paul’s Notorious Past

Thursday, October 26     Program # 7201.404     $68
Baby Face Nelson...Machine Gun Kelly...Kid Caan...Ma Barker...those are the names Americans--especially Minnesotans, St. Paulites in particular--were familiar with during prohibition. As we enter St. Paul, a costumed gangster guide will hi-jack our motorcoach and takes us on a gangster riding tour. Our guide is the embodiment of the “untouchables” that busted kegs and hustled thugs off to the hoosegow during the days of prohibition. This was an era when things were not always what they seemed...St. Paul was more than a quiet, picturesque river town! Following our “gangster” city tour is a stop at the Wabasha Street Caves. The “Caves” were dug in the early 1800s out of a layer of rock known as St. Peter Sandstone. The sand which forms this rock was once the beach of a warm inland sea, over 400 million years ago. Additionally while in St. Paul, our guide will provide commentary on Rice Park, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Children’s Museum, Mickey’s Diner, and the Fitzgerald Theater, home to Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion.  A small snack and beverage will be served on the bus.
  • Fee includes deluxe transportation, driver, metro Connections uniformed tour guide with commentary, Landmark Center tour and Caves tour
  • Bus departs at 9:15am, returns approximately 12:30pm
  • Register by October 2

FOCI Minnesota Center for Glass Arts- Glass Blowing Demonstration

Thursday, November 9     Program # 7201.405     $63
Travel to Minneapolis’ burgeoning arts district to discover the art of glassblowing. Narrated by a glass expert, the FOCI MCGA Glass Demonstration provides an informative and entertaining look at what glass is, how it behaves at high temperatures, and how people manipulate glass to create beautiful works of art. Foci Glass Demonstrations are live educational experiences providing an insight into working with various hot glass techniques. After the demonstration we’ll all head to Axel’s for a delicious lunch. Note: There are stairs to the floor where the demonstration takes place but you may view the demonstration from the mezzanine which does not require stairs. 

  • Fee includes transportation, glass blowing demonstration & lunch
  • Departs at 10am, returns around 2pm
  • Register by October 26

A Minnesota Orchestra Christmas: Home for the Holidays

Thursday, December 21     Program #7201.406     $74
The magic of the season comes to life in this heartwarming show of songs and stories featuring a new work by Minneapolis’ own storyteller laureate Kevin Kling and director/co-writer Peter Rothstein. Kevin Kling is nationally known for his commentary on NPR’s All Things Considered. Peter Rothstein is the Artistic Director of Theatre Latte Da and has directed plays, operas and musical theater for the Guthrie, the Children’s Theatre Company & the Minnesota Opera. Before the show, enjoy free coffee, tea, donuts, and entertainment while you explore the beautiful Orchestra Hall.  After the show we’ll head to the Wilde Café for a delicious meal with fantastic view of the Mississippi River and Downtown Minneapolis.

  • Fee includes transportation, performance & lunch
  • Departs at 9:15am, return approximately 3pm
  • Register by November 9


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