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    Save up to 50% on the vacation of your dreams

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  • Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel Now Open

    All aboard to the Grand Canyon!

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  • Stay Next to the Train Station

    Grand Canyon Railway Hotel – 3 Diamond comfort, indoor pool, charismatic bar, walking distance from downtown and Route 66.

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  • We've Been Covering our Faces for Decades

    We’re taking steps to create a safe environment for our guests and our staff.

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  • Your Own Private Rail Car

    Ride like a baron – take your group in a private rail car

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  • See One of the Seven Wonders

    Standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon is life-changing. The train is the grandest entrance to the Grand Canyon.

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Travel Advisory

  • The Grand Canyon Railway, Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, RV Park, and Pet Resort are all open.
  • In Williams, all-you-care-to-eat breakfasts and dinners are available at The Fred Harvey Restaurant. Spenser’s Pub offers lighter fare and desserts for dine-in or carry out from late afternoon into the evening.
  • Inside Grand Canyon National Park:
    • Notice: Wearing a face mask is required in all buildings in the national park, regardless of vaccination status
    • Shuttle schedules have been modified as follows:
      • Our partners at the National Park Service have decided to cancel shuttles on the Purple route for the remainder of 2021.
      • The other shuttles are running modified schedules. Learn more on the NPS website here.
    • For the latest information, please visit the National Park Service website.
  • Mandatory Mask Policy While on Train: Due to mandates from the Transportation Security Administration, face coverings are required for all staff and all passengers age two (2) and above while onboard the Grand Canyon Railway, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Voluntary Mask Policy While at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel Facilities: Vaccinated guests are encouraged to wear masks while at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, our gift shops, Spenser’s Pub, and The Fred Harvey Restaurant, but masks are not mandatory. We request that unvaccinated guests continue to wear masks while on-property.

Make a Grand Trip the Grandest

The historic Grand Canyon Railway departs daily from Williams, Arizona to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon. Enhance your Grand Canyon experience with an entertaining train ride featuring western musicians and cowboy characters on vintage rail cars. You can plan a whole vacation – we offer many packages that include lodging at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel and inside Grand Canyon National Park. And, we’re taking steps to make sure we’re creating a safe environment. Plan your adventure today!

All Aboard for Fun!

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.

Stay Walking Distance from Downtown and Route 66

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 an RV, Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel will take great care of you and even your pets! Our hotel and RV park are located adjacent to the historic Williams Depot and a couple blocks from downtown Williams and “The Mother Road” – Route 66. Plus, with a variety of Grand Canyon vacation deals to choose from, we’ll also save you money in the process.

Departing Daily from Williams, Arizona

About 3 hours from Phoenix or Las Vegas, getting to Williams is easy.

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