Senior Day Trips

City Sponsored Day Trips

Registration is available online!

TRIP REFUND POLICY - Trips that include ticketed events will only be refunded if notification is received 7 days in advance, and the spot can be filled. All refunds are made at the discretion of the Department and a $7 administration fee per trip per person will be applied. 


 Sign-up Day for new Fall trips October through January
 is Tuesday, September 11 2018 7am!


Fleet Week & No Host Lunch-San Francisco

Join us for tours of ships from the United States Navy and Coast Guard bringing over 900 sailors and coasties to the Dogpatch neighborhood. Portside, enjoy a festival atmosphere. This is a great way to experience day to day lives of sailors’. Feel free to enjoy a no-host lunch of your choice. 

Sunday, October 7

6:45 am-6pm

$70


Downtown Sacramento Historical Walking Food Tour

Downtown Sacramento is experiencing a 21st century renaissance! Tour guests will be guided down Sacramento’s original main street, while learning about the area’s rich history and architecture, from the mid-1800s through today. Discover first-hand why Sacramento is called the America’s Farm-to-Fork ,Capital, as you taste renowned cuisine from eclectic menus boasting locally sourced ingredients. 

Wednesday, October 10

12:15-6pm

$90


Rogers Family Coffee Plant Tour-Lincoln

The Rogers Family Company, makers of San Francisco Bay Coffee, invites you to experience an in-depth tour of their 290,000 sq ft factory in Lincoln and learn about the coffee roasting and packing process. Not only will you experience the who, what and how, but you will be able to learn of the WHY during the Q&A session. By the end of the tour, you will be a genuine coffee expert! There will be an opportunity afterwards to purchase coffee to take home. Enjoy lunch afterwards at Awful Annie’s Restaurant.

Saturday, November 3

9am-3pm

$40


Apple Hill & No Host Lunch-Placerville

This annual trip up to the apple country is a wonderful way to enjoy all the delight this time of year has to offer. You will have plenty of time to explore High Hill Ranch and its large craft fair, apple barn and homemade apple fritters, pies and donuts.               

Wednesday, November 7

7am-6pm

$35


The Great Dicken's Christmas Fair-Cow Palace

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair is a one-of-a-kind holiday adventure into Victorian London -  an elaborate party with hundreds of costumed players performing and interacting with patrons in over 120,000 square feet of theatrically-lit music halls, pubs, dance floors, and Christmas shops. It's a twilight evening in Charles Dickens' London Town - a city of winding lanes filled with colorful characters from both literature and history. Enticing aromas of roasted chestnuts and hearty foods fill the air. Cries of street vendors hawking their wares ring out above the bustling crowd. Dozens of lamp lit shops are filled to overflowing with Christmas gifts. The Dickens Christmas Fair is a treasured Bay Area tradition since 1970 and a splendid way to celebrate the holidays.

Sunday, November 18

7am-6pm

$55


Meet Me in St. Louis-Woodland Opera House

The stage adaptation of the classic 1944 film musical examines one year in the life of the Smith family, who live in St. Louis just as the 1904 World’s Fair is preparing to take place there—until the father’s New York job offer threatens to take them away. You are sure to “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” with this holiday classic. Lunch before the show at Kitchen428 Restaurant.                                           

Sunday, December 2

10am-5:30pm

$70


Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol @ Sacramento Theatre Company

A holiday classic! The Christmas tale traverses Ebenezer Scrooge’s greed-filled past, his regrettable present void of forgiveness, and his fated future if he doesn’t change his avaricious ways.

Sunday, December 16

12:30-6pm

$50


Christmas Light Bus Ride & Dinner-Downtown Sacramento

A Yuba City Senior Center holiday tradition. Come and enjoy a night filled with Christmas cheer! You will start with dinner at Frank Fat’s and then enjoy the dazzling display of lights on a ride through downtown Sacramento!

Wednesday, December 19
4:30-10pm
$58



 California Academy of Sciences 

Based in Golden Gate Park, the California Academy of Sciences is a destination like no other and a must-see San Francisco museum. It’s the only place on Earth to house an aquarium, planetarium, and natural history museum—all under one living roof. From the splashing penguins in African Hall to the wildflowers on the roof, the building is bursting with life. A four-story living rainforest and awe-inspiring coral reef ecosystem showcase Earth’s biodiversity, while immersive planetarium shows offer a new perspective on the planet we call home.  Includes pre-reserved tickets to a Planetarium show. Lunch is at your leisure and on your own at the Academy Café. 

Wednesday, January 9
7am-6pm

$75
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Cirque du Soleil Volta- AT&T Park 

The big top will be set-up at AT&T park for another mesmerizing show full of amazing acrobatic acts. VOLTA is a captivating voyage of discovery. It’s about finding yourself, and unveiling your personal powers. Inspired in part by the adventurous spirit that fuels the culture of street sports, the show weaves acrobatics in a visually striking world driven by a stirring melodic score. VOLTA is a story of transformation. It is about being true to oneself, fulfilling one’s true potential, and recognizing one’s own power to make it possible. 

Sunday, January 13
8:30am-7pm
$95


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Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical History Museum Tour 

The Museum of Medical History of the Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society showcases developments in medicine with a special relationship to our region, from the mid-1800‘s through today. A variety of large artifacts are displayed, including examination tables, a 1920-era x-ray machine, wheelchairs, nurses uniforms, a doctor’s office cabinet, skeleton, 1950-era iron lung, Civil War amputation kits, live leeches, and a variety of medical art. You’ll also find an array of classical 19th century instruments including cups, various tools for bleeding, ether masks and medicines with mercury, arsenic and strychnine. The Museum of Medical History is also home to an extensive library containing early medical textbooks and journals. After the tour, we will stop for lunch at Logan’s Steakhouse.

Wednesday, January 23
8:45am-3:30pm
$50

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STOMP Broadway on Tour @ Sacramento Community Center

Stomp is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, sexy, utterly unique and appeals to audiences of all ages. The return of the percussive hit also brings some new surprises, with some sections of the show now updated and restructured and the addition of two new full-scale routines, utilizing props like tractor tire inner tubes and paint cans. Stomp. See what all the noise is about. 

Sunday, February 3 (Date may change)
12:30-6pm
Cost to be determined

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Kinky Boots @ Harris Performing Arts Center in Folsom

Sometimes the best way to fit in is to stand out!  With six Tony Awards ti its credit and songs by pop icon Cyndi Lauper.  Kinky Boots finds Charlie Price live up to his father’s expectations.  Can the family business– a gentlemen’s shoe factory continue?  But help arrives from a fabulous performer in need of  some sturdy stilettos. Inspired by true events, thisis a reminded that both musicals and shoes can lift you up!

Sunday, February 17
11am-5pm
Cost to be determined