Since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway and Hotel has been taking passengers on a fabled journey to the heart of one of the seven wonders of the world. Grand Canyon Railway is more than just a mode of transportation: it’s a trip back in time on lovingly restored rail cars with entertaining musicians and the antics of cowboy characters. Out your window, the terrain changes from high desert to prairie, prairie to pine. It’s a view that’s ever-changing until you come across a view so brilliant, it could very well change you. All aboard to the Grand Canyon to make a grand trip grander!
Our most popular way to experience Grand Canyon! Choose 2-, 3, or 4-nights. See it all and save.View Offer
AARP Members Save 15% Year-Round. Plus great hotel package deals!View Offers
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park and save 30%!View Offer
Riding the rails to the canyon is just one part of an unforgettable Grand Canyon experience. Whether you need lodging at both ends of our line or you’re driving a RV, Grand Canyon Railway will take great care of you and even your pets! And with a variety of Grand Canyon vacation deals to choose from, we’ll also save you money in the process.
Save time – and money – but still experience it all by leaving the details to us with one of our exclusive packages, including roundtrip train transportation, overnight accommodations (some at the South Rim), meals, baggage transfers, Grand Canyon tours and more!
Take a magical journey to the North Pole aboard The Polar Express where Santa is waiting. Based on the classic book and movie, this is an experiential way to celebrate the holiday season and create memories that will last a lifetime.
The Xanterra Travel Collection is proud to celebrate the centennial of Grand Canyon National Park in 2019. Through cooperation with the National Park Service and all of the partners that make our Grand Canyon community, our company is able to use sustainable business practices to preserve this national treasure and all its assets for our guests of today and into the future. Come experience nature’s cathedral and connect with the Grand Canyon.