Grand Canyon Railway in Williams, AZ
235 N Grand Canyon Blvd • Williams, AZ 86046
Experience a piece of history on the Grand Canyon Railway. Built over 100 years ago and operational since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel has carried many iconic figures, such as Theodore Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bill Gates. Travel in style from Williams, Arizona to the Grand Canyon while enjoying the sights, live music and cowboy show on board.
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The Grand Canyon Railway departs from the historic Williams Depot, located in northern Arizona at 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams, AZ, 86046.
Yes, definitely! There is a pet resort adjacent to the Grand Canyon Railway where you can drop off and pick up your beloved pet before you embark and disembark the train. The pet boarding facility has a limited capacity to ensure a comfortable stay, so call the number on your e-ticket to book in advance.
Yes, Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel and Grand Canyon National Park Lodges have created various ways to accommodate and assist guests with physical challenges.
Grand Canyon Railway offers plentiful complimentary parking.
Phoenix, Arizona is the closest major city or airport. Driving time is approximately 4 hours or about 247 miles. Las Vegas, Nevada is the next closest major city or airport. Driving time is approximately 5 hours 30 minutes or about 273 miles.
The South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is open year-round. The Grand Canyon Railway runs daily, except for Christmas Day (December 25).
Summers are pleasant with temperatures ranging from 50 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and the evenings are cool, around 40 to 50 degrees. If you venture down into the canyon the temps increase, sometimes exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are cold with temps of around 50 degrees Fahrenheit or below, and spring and fall are generally warm, but can be unpredictable. Best to check weather websites for current forecasts as the weather can fluctuate.
Yes, all major carriers currently offer service however, the signal strength cannot be guaranteed.