"Take the Train to the Grand Canyon" Williams Things to Do Tip by bilgeez

Williams Things to Do: 13 reviews and 33 photos

ONE DAY TRAIN TRIP
Duration: approximately 7 hours 45 minutes
Departs: 10:00 a.m. from Williams, Arizona
The trip begins at the historic 1908 Williams Depot.
A vintage steam engine pulls the train from Memorial Day through September 30. (A vintage diesel engine does the job the remainder of the year.) Uniformed coach attendants provide you with white-gloved courtesy and service. Aboard the train, enjoy the tunes of strolling musicians who conduct sing-a-longs, an old west train robbery and the antics of western characters as they recreate train travel as it was in 1901.
The train arrives at the historic 1910 Grand Canyon Depot. It is among three remaining log depots still in operation in the United States. Buildings like the El Tovar Hotel, Hopi House and Bright Angel Lodge salute arriving guests as they pull into the station and disembark from the train. Guests have over three hours to explore the most distinctive chasm in the world.
This unique experience includes:
Vintage train service via Grand Canyon Railways
Old West entertainment
Class Adult (per person) Child (per child)

Coach $58.00 $25.00
Club $79.00 $46.00
First $116.00 $83.00
Observation $137.00 $104.00
Luxury $147.00 $114.00

Applicable tax and National Park Service entry fee not included.Children's fares applicable to 16 and under.
Once you arrive at the Grand Canyon you may participate in a narrated motor coach rim tour to the most scenic overlooks of the canyon to enhance your visit. Guests are escorted to vistas like Mojave Point, Pima Point, the Abyss and Hermits Rest. The rim tours include lunch.
Tour Adult (per person) Child (per child)

Grand $36.00 $27.00
Special $31.00 $21.00
Freedom $21.00 $16.00

Tours are subject to availability.
To better serve you it is best to make reservations by calling or emailing us at the Grand Canyon Tour Company.
This tour package is available from Las Vegas. The round trip bus fare is in addition to the train fares above - $179.00 per person.

Directions: South end of town, can't miss it!
South of I-40.

Phone: 1-800-2CANYON (1-800-222-6966)
Website: http://williamschamber.com

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  • Written Jun 1, 2005
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