Grand Canyon Railway
The Grand Canyon is not just one of the seven wonders of the world, but is a landscape nearly preserved exactly how it was when Teddy Roosevelt first set sight on it. He said that the Grand Canyon is a place “…every American should see”. How did Teddy Roosevelt get to the Grand Canyon? By train of course! The Grand Canyon Railway has run from Williams, AZ to the Grand Canyon Village since 1901. The journey brings you past a variety of landscapes and there is plenty to do while you are on your way to the canyon. There are many types of car classes to choose from and in this way you can make your journey as luxurious or as economical as you would like! Check around the holidays for events themed to the occasion such as the Polar Express for Christmas. The journey is a total of 2 hours and during this time keep your eyes peeled for wild life because the landscape is full of them! Look out for deer, bald eagles, California condors, and more!
All Aboard the Polar Express this Holiday Season!
Rates per Class:
1. Grand Canyon Railway
233 North Grand Canyon Boulevard
Kaibab National Forest, Williams, AZ 86046
2. 3-Day Sedona and Grand Canyon Rail Experience
SOUTH RIM TOURS
Fuel your adventure on these Grand Canyon South Rim tours by helicopter, airplane, van or train. See All South Rim Tours »
WILLIAMS HOTELS & LODGING
Stay overnight in Williams; this Gateway to the Grand Canyon just off I-40 on Route 66 is the most accessible. See All Williams Hotels »
PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES
Drive yourself or take a shuttle? Learn the transportation options for each Grand Canyon rim. See All Grand Canyon Transportation »
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