Grand Canyon Railway Rides Again on June 15

The Grand Canyon Railway will run to the South Rim of Grand Canyon and the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel will reopen to guests starting on June 15, 2020.  

Arizona residents can save 30 percent on all train fares.  In addition, a special Summer Getaway Package features a one or two-night escape that includes accommodations at Grand Canyon Railway and Hotel in Williams, dinner, breakfast, a Wild West Show, and roundtrip on the train to South Rim, Grand Canyon. Visit www.thetrain.com or call 1.800.THE TRAIN (1.800.843.8724) for updated and current information on both the hotel and the train.  

While Williams, The Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel, and one of the top train rides in the country are as memorable as always, the hotel and train will operate under the conditions and safety precautions found online

The Grand Canyon Railway runs daily from Williams, AZ on historic Rt. 66 to within steps of the Grand Canyon South Rim and El Tovar.  The pristine train, comprised of railcars from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, including luxury dome cars and an open platform observation car, as well as vintage coaches with opening windows, departs at 9:30 a.m. and returns at 5:45 p.m. with a 2.5-hour layover at South Rim of Grand Canyon. Assigned seating enables social distancing. 

It is also possible to charter an entire luxury private railroad car or even an entire private train with luxury railroad cars complete with chefs, bartenders, and staff. These are ideal for “milestone” moments such as graduations, family reunions, anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, etc. For charters call 928-635-5700.

For more information about the Grand Canyon Railway, visit www.thetrain.com or call 1-800-THE-TRAIN (843-8724).

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. I am in the midst of planning a trip to the Grand Canyon. This seems like something I need to add to the itinerary!

    Kristen | https://globetrottingguiris.com/

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    1. jilldutton says:

      Yes! I’d love to hear about your trip!

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