City Of Mayfield Heights

2015 Fall Bus Trips

Mayfield Heights is always offering trips for all ages.  This fall is no different.  The Parks and Recreation Department have put together a few days in the fall  for you to enjoy.  Hope to see you on a trip!  For any information or to register for a trip, you can call the Recreation Department at 440-442-2627.


Hofrbrauhaus

Friday September 18—Cleveland Art Museum & Hofbrauhaus


Our trip will begin with lunch at Hofbräuhaus Cleveland.  The Hofbräuhaus Cleveland is a German microbrewery, beer hall, restaurant, and beer garden that replicates the 400+ year-old Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany.  Complete with live music, fresh Hofbräu beer brewed right onsite at our brewery, and of course, all the German delicacies found at any Oktoberfest, they provide an authentic German experience that will have you singing and dancing in no time.

For menu, visit their website at
www.hofbrauhauscleveland.com
 
After lunch, the trip resumes at the Cleveland Museum of Art.  Participants will be able to view the museum’s many works of arts; highlighted by the
Gloria:  Robert Rauschenberg and Rachel Harrison exhibit.   

TIMES:     Bus leaves at 10:30 AM, approximate return at 3:30 PM      
                     
COST:      $20 per participant – includes transportation to Hofbräuhaus Cleveland and Cleveland Museum of Art
 
NOTE:      ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL get lunch on their own.
 
LIMIT:        24 participants


Fallingwater

Saturday October 17—Fallingwater Tour in Mill Run, PA

Fallingwater—one of the greatest archtectetural triumphs of the 20th century, is one of the most unique homes in the world, and it needed people just as unique to make it happen.
 
Frank Llyod Wright was commisioned by the Kaufmann family in 1936, and began drawing plans for
Fallingwater.  It was completed and began as a retreat in Bear Run in the fall of 1937; and with the help of Wright, became a national treasure. 
 
When the eldest Kaufmann passed away in 1955, Edgar jr was entrusted with Fallingwater and continued to use it as a mountain retreat until 1960.  It was at that time that the younger Kaufmann was worried about preserving what Wright had created.  Kaufmann entrusted the land  and Fallingwater to the Western Pennslyvania Conservancy and by 1964 had begun to set up tours of the facility and land.
 
A living, breathing house in perfect harmony with its setting,
Fallingwater is recognized today as arguably Frank Lloyd Wright’s finest work and the last great Frank Lloyd Wright house with its setting, original furnishing and artwork intact.
 

Fallingwater sees over one hundred thousand visitors a year all while maintaining the appearance, integrity and appeal that Frank Lloyd Wright intended.
 
Join us as we take a guided tour of one of the great architectural structures of our time.    

Times:  Bus departure is 8:00 AM, approximate return at 8:00 PM
 
Cost:    $65 per participant
Includes transportation to and from Fallingwater and admission to guided tour
 
Note:    ALL PARTICIPANTS will be responsible for their own lunch.
 
Limit:    54 passengers
 
Times:  Bus departure is 8:00 AM, approximate return at 8:00 PM


Saturday October 24(Tentative Date) -  Zipline & Paintball Adventure

Take an adventure to Hocking Hills, where you will go on the 16 zip line course, do the 30 obstacles that come with them and then play 2 hours of paintball.  As we are still finalizing details with the respective companies, a cost is to be determined; however, the cost will include transportation on a motor coach, Zipline course, 2 hours of paintball and 500 paintballs.  Lunch will be on your own.  This trip is being advertised in surrounding cities, so don't get shut out. 


Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Friday November 13—Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Table 45

Our trip will start at Table 45 Restaurant and Bar—a cosmopolitan dining concept in the heart of Cleveland at the InterContinental Hotel.  This 6,000-square-foot restaurant and lounge was designed by nationally acclaimed architect Bill Blunden.  Table 45’s concept is called World Cuisine– a cross-cultural blend of cooking techniques that combines various styles, cultures and ingredients.  For a menu, visit www.tbl45.com 
 
After lunch, participants will go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; to stroll down memory lane,
 
TIMES:     Bus leaves at 10:30 AM, approximate return at 3:30 PM

COST:     $35 per participant – includes transportation to Table 45 and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame admission
 
NOTE:     ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL get lunch on their own.
 
LIMIT:      24 participants
 


Online Registration

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