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Grand Canyon Railway Adventure Package
"The excitement begins at the historic 1908 Williams Depot. Before the train departs you will be entertained by a Wild West shootout featuring the Cataract Creek Gang in an outdoor theater. Shop in one of two gift shops or enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast (not included) before departure at the Grand Depot Cafe next to the depot.Then hear the train whistle pierce the fresh morning air beckoning passengers for a trip on the old iron horse to the Grand Canyon. 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 back in 1901.The train arrives at the historic 1910 Grand Canyon Depot
From $140.00
 
Grand Canyon Railway Adventure Package
"The excitement begins at the historic 1908 Williams Depot. Before the train departs you will be entertained by a Wild West shootout featuring the Cataract Creek Gang in an outdoor theater. Shop in one of two gift shops or enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast (not included) before departure at the Grand Depot Cafe next to the depot.Then hear the train whistle pierce the fresh morning air beckoning passengers for a trip on the old iron horse to the Grand Canyon. 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 back in 1901.The train arrives at the historic 1910 Grand Canyon Depot
From $140.00
 
"25-minute Grand Canyon Dancer Helicopter Tour from Tusayan
"25-minute Grand Canyon Dancer Helicopter Tour from Tusayan Arizona""You will depart from Tusayan Arizona located at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on the safest and most comfortable tourism-based helicopter in the world. On your 25-minute helicopter flight enjoy the luxurious comfort and wraparound windows which offers breathtaking views of the Canyon. You will first fly over the 1.6 million-acre (6500 km²) Kaibab National Forest which borders both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon. The Kaibab National Forest is home to the world’s largest ponderosa pines. Fly north through the Dragon Corridor
From $225.00

More Things to Do in Williams

Take the Train to the Grand Canyon

We stumbled upon the Grand Canyon Railway when looking for RV parks near the Canyon. We loved that we could stay at a nice RV Park and have easy transportation to the Grand Canyon. This was ideal for...
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kehale
May 19, 2016

Big Toy Playground = FUN IN WILLIAMS!

We went to Big Toy Playground, which is a heavy equipment playground at the eastern end of Williams. We got to operate the huge excavator and loader. I never thought this would be so much fun! The...
leons123
May 19, 2014

Williams Visitor's Center and Museum

Operating completely off of donations, the small museum and visitor's center does provide some interesting historical artifacts from the town of Williams. The building used to be the railway freight...
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glabah
Apr 04, 2011

City of Williams Trail #124: Sheridan to Forest

I can't tell you that much about the City of Williams trail system, other than it is mentioned briefly in a few publications. The only such trail I was able to find was this one, and I am very glad...
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glabah
Apr 04, 2011

Grand Canyon Railway - Williams to Grand Canyon

Two different types of accomodation are offered by the Grand Canyon Railway on their Williams to Grand Canyon trains: standard coach and first class.Standard Coach includes older-style cushioned...
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glabah
Nov 18, 2009

Williams Railway Museum: Not Operating Now

You will find several guide books and other sources of information that mention there is a railway museum in Williams. This museum is currently not operating, and the space that was formerly occupied...
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glabah
Nov 17, 2009
 
 
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Explore Downtown a Little Bit

There are a few surviving old buildings scattered through Williams. Most of these are small commercial buildings along what is now Historic Highway Route 66, but there are a few interesting old...
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glabah
Nov 17, 2009

Take The Train

If you are considering Williams as a base for a day out at The Grand Canyon it would definitely be worth looking at the option of staying a couple of nights and taking the Grand Canyon Railway for...
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johngayton
Jul 18, 2006

Horse & Buggy Ride Through Williams

Catch a ride on one of a couple horse and buggy's that make continual routes around Williams. It's only $5 per person and the driver will give you an intimate look at this old Route 66 community. It's...
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Elane77
Jun 19, 2006

ROUTE 66 : Tip 50 - choo choo train ride

"This is really annoying. I would just love to travel the Grand Canyon railway from here to the south rim. Especially if they have a proper steam train on today""Well it's not that far""It is by...
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sourbugger
Oct 15, 2005

Take the Train to the Grand Canyon

ONE DAY TRAIN TRIPDuration: approximately 7 hours 45 minutesDeparts: 10:00 a.m. from Williams, ArizonaThe trip begins at the historic 1908 Williams Depot. A vintage steam engine pulls the train from...
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bilgeez
Jun 01, 2005

Grand Canyon Train

All Aboard! The Grand Canyon Train is a fun, unique way to get to the Grand Canyon and back while enjoying some interesting scenery. For a round-trip coach ticket, including Grand Canyon Park Pass, it...
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lovemycacti
Mar 13, 2004

Grand Canyon by train

If you would like to get the train to the Grand Canyon you must go to the depot in Williams. The train departs daily at 10 AM and returns to Williams at approximately 6 PM. You must get to the train...
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HeidiR
Nov 26, 2003

Top Hotels in Williams

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200 East Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States
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235 North Grand Canyon Blvd (formerly Fray Marcos Hotel), Williams, Arizona 86046, United States
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800 E Route 66, I-40 Ex 165 Grand Canyon Exit, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States
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950 N Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States
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128 East Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States
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137 W. Railroad Ave., Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States
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""Gateway to the Grand Canyon", plus trails"
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flora1

"Back to the Past"
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johngayton

"Williams - A Very Pleasant Surprise"
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"Basaic Williams Page"
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"Williams"
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