Adult Trips


Pick-up locations:
MAC - The MAC 3295 W 72nd Ave.


FEE INCLUDES tickets and transportation. Meals are included at the Flying W Ranch & The Candlelight Dinner Theater. 

Billie & Ella: Celebrating the Queens of Jazz Lone Tree Arts Center
Jazz vocalist and educator Rajdulari brings her unique blend of jazz stylings to celebrate the music of Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald. This concert will be an introspective look into the lives and music of both iconic CANCELLATION DEADLINE: May 24 Sa Jun 22 3-10 p.m. $125/$130 PSC 2432903-A Broadways Next Hit Musical Garner Theater Broadway’s Next Hit Musical is the only unscripted theatrical awards show. The audience members write down made-up song titles and our master improvisers gather these suggestions and present them as  “nominated songs” for this coveted award. We create spontaneous scenes and songs filled with great dancing, catchy melodies, and tons of laughter.  singers. 
W     May 8     12:15-4 p.m.     $47/$52    PSC     2432900-A

Where Did We Sit on the Bus Singleton Theater
Nine-year-old Bee Quijada sits in a suburban classroom. During a history lesson on Rosa Parks, she asks, “Where did Latinos sit on the bus?” What follows is a theatrical mixtape of Bee’s life. It’s a one-person show that immerses the audience in elaborate, layered soundscapes by fusing Latin rhythms, hip-hop, and spoken word poetry. CANCELLATION DEADLINE:  Apr 21
Su     May 19     12:30-5 p.m.    $70/$75     PSC     2432901-A

Company Buell
It’s Bobbie’s 35th birthday party, and all her friends keep asking, why isn’t she married? Why can’t she find the right man and isn’t it time to settle down and start a family? As Bobbie searches for answers, she discovers why being single, being married, and being alive in the 21st century could drive a person crazy. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Apr 21
Th May 23 1-5 p.m. $81/$86 MAC 2432902-A

Flying W Ranch Chuckwagon Dinner  and Original Western Stage Show Colorado Springs
Come spend an evening enjoying our western grounds full of ranch animals, activities, and gift shops. Indulge in a hearty Chuckwagon dinner complete with smoked meats and all the trimmings. After dinner take in our  Original Western Music Stage Show featuring the world-famous Flying W Wranglers.  CANCELLATION DEADLINE: May 24
Sa Jun 22 3-10 p.m. $125/$130 PSC 2432903-A

Broadways Next Hit Musical Garner Theater
Broadway’s Next Hit Musical is the only unscripted theatrical awards show. The audience members write down made-up song titles and our master improvisers gather these suggestions and present them as  “nominated songs” for this coveted award. We create spontaneous scenes and songs filled with great dancing, catchy melodies, and tons of laughter. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: May 10
Su Jun 23 1-5 p.m. $79/$84 PSC 2432904-A

Wicked Buell 
This Broadway sensation looks at what happened in the land of Oz… but from a different angle. Long before Dorothy arrives, there is another young woman, born with emerald-green skin, smart, fiery, misunderstood, and possessing an extraordinary talent. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 9
Su Jul 28 1-5 p.m.  $124/$129 PSC 2432905-A

Always Patsy Cline Candlelight 
Cline floats in and out of the set singing tunes that made her famous-Anytime, Walkin' After Midnight, She's Got You, Sweet Dreams, and Crazy, to name a few.  CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Aug 28
Su Sep 29 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m.  $119/$124 PSC 2442900-A

Day Trips

FEE INCLUDES tickets/admission, escort, and transportation unless otherwise noted.

Wise Homestead Museum Erie
Take a historical tour of a western family farmhouse which is now one of the oldest frame houses in Boulder County. Lunch is on your own on the way back.  CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Mar 20
W Apr 10 8:45 a.m.-1 p.m. $27/$30 MAC 2412919-A

Denver Art Museum
Enjoy a day at The Denver Art Museum with encyclopedic collections of more than 70,000 diverse works of art from across the centuries and the world. Lunch is on your own at the museum café or restaurant.  CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Mar 29
T Apr 9 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. $25/$28 MAC 2412920-A

Bebe’s Tea Room Denver
Our Afternoon Tea service is a prix fixe menu including an assortment of savory tea sandwiches, miniature scones served with jam, lemon curd, and Devonshire Cream, chocolate dipped Scottish Shortbread, French Macarons, and petit fours. It also comes with an unlimited choice of tea-tasting. Fee includes tea, gratuity, escort, and transportation. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Apr 7
W Apr 17 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $80/$85 MAC 2412921-A

Denver Mob Tour
Join mob historian Tom Hackett on this exciting bus tour through North Denver's Little Italy! We will explore former social clubs, homes, and haunts of some of Denver’s most influential mobsters while uncovering the truth behind many of these legends. Afterward, a mystery Italian lunch is on your own at a formerly mob-run restaurant.  MENU RANGE: $15-$20 CANCELLATION DEADLINE: 7 days before the trip.
T May 7 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. $48/$52  PSC 2432906-A
T Aug 20 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. $48/$52 MAC 2432906-B

Wander Estes Park & Stop for Pie

Spend the day in Estes Park enjoying the beautiful scenery, shops, good food, and great ice cream. Save room for some pie as we are going to stop by the Colorado Cherry Company on the way home, pie is included. Lunch is on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: May 19"
W May 29 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $39/$43 MAC 2432907-A

Casa Bonita Denver
A cultural institution in the Denver area since its opening in 1974, Casa Bonita, under new ownership, is proud to open with a refreshed look and feel, and a brand-new culinary team. Casa Bonita provides an unmatched experience that includes live music, shows, games, and memories that will last a lifetime. The fee includes a fountain drink, entrée, dessert, gratuity, and transportation. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: May 19
F May 31 10:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m. $70/$75 MAC 2432908-A

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo 
Colorado Springs
Experience the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo where it is easy to get up close and personal with more than 950 furry, scaly, and feathery creatures. Lunch is on your own at the zoo. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: May 12
M Jun 3 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $88/$93 MAC 2432909-A

Wander Pearl Street Mall
Located in the heart of Boulder, the famous Pearl Street is a whimsical delight in this mountain town. Prepare yourself for exceptional food, local microbreweries, theaters, and plenty of shopping. Lunch is on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 7
W Jun 12 10 a.m.-3 p.m. $26/$28 MAC 2432910-A

Join us and visit the new Buc-ee’s store—they are known for their huge selection of merchandise and food, including Texas barbecue, freshly baked pastries and beaver nuggets, and caramel-coated corn pops. Lunch is on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 10
M Jun 17 8 a.m.-2 p.m. $26/$28 MAC 2432911-A

High Tea at SereniTea
Estes Park 
Enjoy the elegant and relaxing atmosphere during  your afternoon tea, served on a 3-tier dessert stand  accompanied by handcrafted tea sandwiches,  homemade scones with clotted cream and jam,  homemade desserts, and an unlimited pot of tea.  The fee includes transportation, escort, tea, and tip.  CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 10
M Jun 24 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $99/$104 MAC 2432912-A

Twin Lakes Boat Tour
Enjoy the views and listen to a narrated pontoon boat one hour and 45-minute cruise on Twin Lakes with a stop at the late 19th century abandoned lakeside resort of Interlaken across the lake! Pack your own lunch.  CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 1
F Jun 28 6 a.m.-4 p.m.  $119/$124 MAC 2432913-A

Arapahoe Park, Thoroughbred  Horse Racing
Enjoy the excitement of thoroughbred horse racing in the air-conditioned clubhouse. From the clubhouse, you have a bird’s eye view of the racetrack. Bets, food, and beverages are on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 16
M Jul 1 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. $26/$28 MAC 2432914-A

Rooftop Rodeo Estes Park

Time to grab your hat and pull on your boots as we take on all the great events at the Estes Park annual rodeo! This is a genuine old-fashioned Wild West exhibition, from bull riders to rodeo clowns to famous horseback riders. Dinner is on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 10
M Jul 8 3:30-10:30 p.m. $64/$69 PSC 2432915-A

Windsor Fire Museum

Tour the historic Windsor Severance Fire Rescue Museum with a knowledgeable guide who will provide an account of the history of the fire department which was organized in 1902. Lunch on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 23
W Jul 24 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. $34/$38 MAC 2432916-A

Iron Mountain Hot Springs

Relax in 16 mineral hot springs soaking pools and a freshwater family pool with a jetted spa. Located  alongside the Colorado River. Lunch is on your own  at the hot springs. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jun 9
F Jul 26 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $126/$131 MAC 2432917-A

Morning Fresh Dairy Tour
A great way to spend the day! Join us as we tour a 5th generation, all-natural family dairy established in 1894.  Take in the history of the dairy and the schoolhouse. Part of the day will be touring the milking rotary, petting some young calves, and tasting Noosa Yogurt! Lunch is on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jul 21
 M Aug 5 8:15 a.m.-3 p.m. $54/$59 MAC 2432918-A

Pikes Peak Cog Railway Manitou Springs
Relax as the world’s highest cog railroad takes you to the top of Pikes Peak, 14,110 feet! Enjoy the changing of the trees in Engelmann Canyon, and pass Minnehaha Falls and Hells Gate. Note: This three-hour trip is not advised for people with cardiac or respiratory problems. Lunch is on your own. CANCELLATION DEADLINE: Jul 26
F Aug 16 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $122/$127 MAC 2432919-A

Take Me Out to the Ball Game  
Head to Coors Field and enjoy a Rockies game. Seats are in the right or left field mezzanine in the shade. Food and drinks are on your own. PICK-UP: at The MAC on  weekdays, *PSC on weekends 
11:45 a.m.–5 p.m. $38/$42 (ticket + transport) CANCELLATION DEADLINE: 15 days before game 
Rockies v Reds W Jun 5 2432920-A
Rockies v San Francisco *Su Jul 21 2432921-A
Rockies v Marlins Th Aug 29 2432922-A
Rockies v Oakland A’s W Sep 18 2432923-A 


Westminster History Tour 

All tours will meet at Westminster History Center, 7200 Lowell Blvd

Prehistoric Footsteps
Beginning with the dinosaurs, we will learn about Westminster’s early development.  We’ll learn about how Westminster was part of the Great Inland Sea and explore historic landmarks and areas that have physically shaped Westminster.  The presentation will include information about the Cherokee/Overland Trail and its influence on the development of Westminster.
Sa           Jun 8                     10 a.m.-1 p.m.                   Free                       24399003-A

Founding Families
Explore the early history of the founding families of Westminster including the Bowles, the DeSpains, the Sempers, and the Churches.  We’ll walk the areas of the Old Wagon Road, Semper Farm, Mandalay School, Church Ranch Barn, and the Bowles House. 
Sa           Jul 20    10 a.m.-1 p.m.                   Free                       24399004-A

Historic Streets and Parks
Explore the vibrant neighborhood of Historic Westminster including Fred Valente Humanitarian Park and the Vicky Bunsen Sculpture Garden.  We will visit landmarks in this vibrant neighborhood ncluding the Westminster Grange, Rodeo Market building, the Penguin Building, and other historic sites in this area.  We will also get the inside scoop on why there are two names for the streets in this area. 
Sa           Aug 10                  10 a.m.-1 p.m.                   Free                       24399005-A

Cultural Connections
Learn how different cultures have shaped Westminster through the built environment and regional connections.  We will tour the Hmong Community Garden, Torii Square Park, Fireman’s Park, the Westminster Presbyterian Church, other local places of worship, and local landmarks in this area.
Sa           Sep 21                  10 a.m.-1 p.m.                   Free                       24399006-A



  • Registration must be completed by the participating member.
  • Trips are for 18 years and older unless otherwise indicated. Please call 303-658-2294 for exceptions.
  • Participants are considered registered when entered into our system and full payment is received.
  • Participants must advise the trip coordinator of any special needs at the time of registration.
  • A wait list is created when a trip reaches its maximum size. If a vacancy occurs, it is filled from the waitlist. Trips are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met. 

Trip Etiquette

  • There is no assigned seating.
  • The driver has the right to assign seats.
  • Seat belts must be worn by all participants.
  • Please don't wear perfume/aftershave.
  • All trips are smoke–free.
  • Park your vehicle in the outlying parking spaces, leaving access for daily center guests.
  • Bring a water bottle and dress for weather conditions.
  • Please keep conversations to a minimum to not distract the driver.
  • You may leave belongings in the vehicle during the trip, as it will be locked.
  • The City of Westminster is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • For lost and found items please check with The MAC front desk.
  • Please remove trash and personal belongings from seats, and floors upon completion of the trip.
  • Please be ready to board the vehicle at the time specified by the driver. 
  • If you are feeling ill please stay home.


  • The driver is responsible for loading and unloading all passengers using a walker or wheelchair/scooter.
  • The driver is not responsible for providing personal assistance during trips.
  • The driver manages passenger lists, ticket handling, and check-in procedures.
  • If a participant requires assistance from a personal attendant, the attendant must register and pay for all direct trip-related costs.
  • If an ADA lift is required for transportation, participants must be seated and secured for use of the lift.


  • If the trip is canceled by the Recreation Department or the venue for any reason, full credit is automatically applied to your account.  If you prefer a check or credit card refund, please notify staff.
  • Refunds of payments made by a Credit Card will be refunded to the card. Cash or Check payments will be issued a check.
  • Cancellations initiated after the cancellation deadline, will not receive a refund. Tickets and space are forfeited.
  • If there is no waitlist, a participant may transfer their reservation to another person with the approval of the Recreation Specialist, This must be done three business days before the trip 
  • A refund is not issued if the participant fails to show up or is late and misses the bus. Tickets and space are forfeited.

EXERTION LEVELS (This is a generalization for the trip)

  1. Easy: mostly sitting
  2. Moderate: some walking, stairs, elevation
  3. High: long day, lots of walking, stairs, elevation


  • Please park your vehicles in the outlying parking spaces, leaving access for center guests.
  • All trips depart from The MAC unless otherwise noted.
  • Weekend trips depart from the Public Safety Center 9110 Yates St
  • Weekend trip cancellation please call 303-658-2294 and leave a message.
  • Trips leave on time and the driver will not wait for participants past the designated departure time from
  • The MAC or returning time from the destination. If you miss the bus you are responsible for your own transportation.
  • Please arrive at least 15 minutes before departure time. Participants must check in at the front desk or with the driver and sign the roster.
  • Return times are approximate.
  • No one is allowed to disembark from the vehicle at any place other than The MAC, trip destination, and prearranged stops.
  • If a participant chooses to no longer participate in the trip, they are responsible for their own transportation home.

Special Accommodations

For accommodations, please contact City Staff at 303-658-2294.