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Senior Day Trips

Explore Cincinnati and beyond with our exciting day trips. Enjoy lunches, behind-the-scenes tours and exciting journeys.

Registration Policy: Due to overwhelming popularity, all Fall trips will open for registration online, over the phone, or in-person starting on August 2.

Trip Cancellation Policy: Due to recent issues, refunds will only be given if we have a waiting list and are able to fill your spot. Trips costing $30 or more must be paid on the day of registration.


Lunch Out at Buckhead Mountain Grill

July 17, 11:30am – 2:30pm
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Low amount

Join us for a casual, lodge-themed American lunch with a riverside view of the Cincinnati skyline.

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Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum

July 24, 10am – 3pm
Cost: $13 for ticket and transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Considerable amount

Put on your Reds attire! Visit the newly renovated Reds Baseball Hall of Fame Museum at Great American Ball Park. After touring the museum, we’ll enjoy lunch at Holy Grail Tavern & Grill at The Banks.

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80 Acres Farm Tour

July 31, 10am – 3pm
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Considerable amount

Learn about new farming technology at 80 Acres Farm. The Farm grows with 100% renewable energy and uses 97% less water than conventional farming. Using 80 Acres technology, crops yield higher, grow faster, and use fewer resources. After our tour, we will enjoy lunch out at Aladdin’s Lebanese Cuisine.

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Happy Hour Dinner and Tokyo Kitty Karaoke Bar

August 15, 4:15 – 8pm
Cost: $9 for transportation and Karaoke bar; dinner & drinks are on your own
Walking: Moderate amount

Let’s get together for dinner & cocktails at Americano! After dinner, we will experience Tokyo Kitty Karaoke Bar for a fun night out in downtown Cincinnati.

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Belterra Park Casino and Horse Racing

August 22, 10:30am – 3:30pm
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Moderate amount

The horses are running! Belterra Park is an entertainment destination on the banks of the Ohio River, featuring live racing during the summer, video lottery games, and a great buffet. Don’t forget to bring a federal ID and your Belterra card if you have one. If you do not have a Belterra card, we will get you one when you arrive.

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Ohio – Champion of Sports Exhibit

August 28, 9am – 4pm
Cost: $16 includes guided tour & transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Considerable amount

Travel to the Ohio History Center in Columbus! Ohio – Champion of Sports features more than 100 stories and oral histories covering more than 25 sports ranging from baseball, football, and basketball to roller derby, skateboarding, and e-gaming. The exhibit showcases the Ohio athletes, coaches, owners and fans at the center of the action and explores sports through the themes that relate to the human condition, including character, adversity, innovation, identity, tradition, and victory to connect a broad audience to Ohio’s national sports history. After the exhibit, we will enjoy lunch at The Eagle.

Registration opens August 2.

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Ohio Book Store and Lunch at Arnold’s

September 5, 9:30am – 2:30pm
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch on your own
Walking: Moderate amount

Book lovers, come explore one of the Cincinnati’s oldest bookstores! Located downtown, Ohio Book Store has five floors of books and magazines. After browsing, we’ll enjoy lunch at Arnold’s Bar and Grill.

Registration opens August 2.

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See Historic Dayton Bus Tour

September 12, 9am – 4pm
Cost: $17 for bus tour; lunch on your own
Walking: Moderate amount

Get a glimpse into the history of Dayton with an informational bus tour led by Mike Lawrence. Come see Orville Wright’s home, historic Woodland Cemetery, Carillon Historical Park, and downtown too! We will enjoy a hearty lunch at the Carillon Brewing Co., featuring homemade root beer, meatloaf, and burgers.

Registration opens August 2.

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Playhouse in the Park Matinee: Once on this Island

September 22, 1 – 5pm
Cost: $42 for ticket and transportation
Walking: Low amount

Hearts soar in the Tony Award-winning, Calypso-flavored musical, Once on This Island. Ti Moune, a peasant girl, rescues a wealthy boy, Daniel, from the other side of the island and falls in love with him. But the pompous gods who preside over the island make a bet with one another over which is stronger: love or death, with the stakes being Ti Moune’s life. This recent Broadway hit captivates audiences with a vibrant and unforgettable story of a woman who travels far and wide to reunite with the man who has captured her heart.

Registration opens August 2.

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Belterra Park Horse Racing

September 19, 10:30am – 3:30pm
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch may be on your own
Walking: Moderate amount

Belterra Park is an entertainment destination on the banks of the Ohio River, featuring live racing, video lottery games, and a great buffet. Don’t forget to bring your state ID and your BConnected card if you have one. If you do not have a BConnected card, we will get you one when you arrive.

Registration opens August 2.

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Let’s Shop Findlay Market

September 25, 10am – 3pm
Cost: $5 for transportation
Walking: Moderate amount

Come shop at historic Findlay Market and stock up on gifts for the holidays. We will enjoy lunch at Harvest Pizza.

Registration opens August 2.

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A Day at the Races – Louisville’s Churchill Downs

October 30, 8:30am – 5pm
Cost: $53 for transportation, admission, tour and buffet lunch
Walking: Considerable amount

Treat yourself to a day at the races at historic Churchill Downs in Louisville and experience the thrill of thoroughbred racing! We’ll begin by viewing the short film, “The Greatest Race,” and then explore the museum exhibit and gift shop. We’ll take a guided walking tour of the racetrack before enjoying a lavish buffet lunch and betting in Millionaires’ Row or the Skye Terrace!

Registration opens August 2.

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Skirball Museum: Recent Gifts and Acquisitions Exhibition

November 7, 12:30 – 3:30pm
Cost: $5 for tour and transportation
Walking: Considerable amount

Visit Skirball Museum on the campus of Hebrew-Union College Jewish Institute of Religion to enjoy a docent-led tour of recent gifts and acquisitions. This collection includes a group of 10 important works by Israeli artists, a blown glass Hanukkah by renowned artist Marvin Lipofsky, an American Hanukkah by Anfred Manson, and works from the B’nai B’rith Klutznick Collection. Enjoy lunch before the tour at our J Café.

Registration opens August 2.

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Playhouse in the Park Matinee: The Lifespan of a Fact

November 13, 12 – 4pm
Cost: $42 for ticket and transportation
Walking: Low amount

A critically acclaimed 2018 Broadway play, this fast-paced story explodes with blistering comedy and timely relevance. Facts become blurry when they’re twisted into fiction in the high-stakes world of publishing. Emily Penrose, the demanding editor-in-chief of a high-end magazine, hires a determined millennial fact-checker named Jim Fingal to work on a groundbreaking essay written by the famous author John D’Agata. The deadline is tight, the essay is dense, and everyone must make a good faith effort in telling the story honestly. But the overly eager Jim takes his fact-checking way too far, creating the ultimate showdown of fact versus fiction.

Registration opens August 2.

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Tour of Peterloon Estate and Stone Creek Dining

November 21, 10am – 2pm
Cost: $10 for tour and transportation; lumch on your own
Walking: High amount

The historic home of Cincinnati developer and arts patron John J. Emery and his wife Irene was designed by the architect William Adams Delano of Delano & Aldrich, the leading country-house architectural firm in the United States. The house is a combination of Georgian and Queen Anne styles and, when finished, had 36 rooms, 19 fireplaces, 21 baths, and included a wing of guest rooms. Originally sited on 1,200 wooded acres in Indian Hill, the house was built in 1928 to rival the grandest houses of America and Europe. We will enjoy lunch at Stone Creek Dining.

Registration opens August 2.

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Playhouse in the Park Matinee: 2 PIANOS, 4 HANDS

December 4, 12:15 – 4pm
Cost: $42 for ticket and transportation
Walking: Low amount

Piano wizardry and laugh-out-loud comedy come together to tell the story of Richard and Ted’s life-long pursuit of becoming concert pianist superstars. They work tirelessly to master legendary music from Beethoven and Bach to Billy Joel, enduring endless practice, stage fright and agonizing competition along the way. Two performers tickle the ivories (and your funny bone) while portraying dozens of characters like their naïve childhood selves, the eccentric piano teachers who guide them, and the demanding parents who push them. Laughter and music abound in this riotous show about Richard and Ted’s humbling quest for musical greatness.

Registration opens August 2.

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American Sign Museum

December 11, 10am – 3pm
Cost: $15
Walking: Considerable amount

The American Sign Museum is dedicated to the art and history of commercial signs and sign making, and is the largest public museum dedicated to signs in the United States! Covering more than 100 years of American sign history in 20,000 square feet of indoor space, the museum is a walk through the ages of technology and design. We will enjoy lunch out at Ruth’s Parkside Café.

Registration opens August 2.

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Elf: The Musical at La Comedia Dinner Theater

December 19, 9:30am – 3pm
Cost: $43 for ticket, lunch and transportation
Walking: Low amount

Join us as we travel to Theater La Comedia in Springboro, Ohio. A title known the world over, Elf: The Musical is a hilarious fish-out-of-water comedy based on the beloved holiday film starring Will Ferrell. We will enjoy a wonderful lunch buffet with the show.

Registration opens August 2.

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