David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition marks the return to California of the best-known British artist of this generation with a comprehensive survey of his work including portraits, landscapes, oils, drawings, and watercolors. With more than 300 works, it is the largest show in the museum’s history. In the afternoon, an optional shuttle is offered to the Legion of Honor for Matisse from SFMOMA. On loan from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the exhibition features 23 paintings, drawings, and bronzes from the acclaimed artist Henri Matisse.
*Lunch is on your own at either of the museum cafes.
Since pick up times vary from trip to trip, please consult the trip-specific timed itinerary that is sent to you when you book. A detailed description of where each stop is located is also included with those documents. The motorcoach will make stops at all the locations, and upon returning to Sacramento, will drop you off in reverse order.Day Trips Headed Westbound from Sacramento (SF, Napa, Etc...) and Eastbound on I-80 (Reno):
- Roseville (near Saugstad Park)
- Madison & I-80
- Fruitridge & I-5
- Fruitridge and I-5
- Sports Leisure Office at 9812 Old Winery Place (near Hwy 50 & Bradshaw)
We do not share specific pick-up information on our web site, as we have found over the years that other travel groups tend to use our pick-up points without ours or the property owner's permission, which reflects poorly on our company and hurts our ability to offer convenient pick-up points to our clients. Accordingly, we ask that you not suggest our pick-up points to other groups you travel with, as "the more the merrier" does not often apply to parking lots. Your understanding is appreciated.
Our always popular Day at the Races includes a buffet lunch and seating in the enclosed Turf Club at Golden Gate Fields by beautiful San Francisco Bay in Berkeley. Enjoy the races from a comfortable table with betting windows conveniently nearby and television monitors throughout the dining room. We’ll arrive to get settled before post time and the first race.
Two 3-night hotel stays anchor this itinerary, full of “rarely or never before visited on a Sports Leisure tour” attractions/destinations. One stay is in a historical city, one in a historical property. Allow us to offer some clues as to your destinations: There is dinner one night in an exclusive club, and at one point in your travels, you’ll ponder where to cross the river. You’ll meet a prince and a general, and learn of some fictional characters from a place called “Downton Abbey” you may enjoy.
Considering the calendar, fall foliage could come into play, but the big question is, “Will they be better inside or out?” The colors we mean. Both hotels are named for famous American families. Visit a historic but new castle (How can it be both?), explore the halls of a famous house of learning.
Like holiday gifts, mystery tours come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and you never know what the surprise is until they are “unwrapped.” Enjoy an evening or afternoon out with a lovely meal followed by a holiday-inspired performance. Theatre? Musical? Concert? Maybe Mark has hired a group of musicians to entertain you on a street corner in Vallejo? Maybe YOU’RE the entertainment! You’ll just have to wait until the holidays to find out! Our Friday trip includes an evening performance. The weekend trips are matinees. And with any Sports Leisure trip, getting there will be half the fun! .
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