The Polar Express brings the classic children's book by Chris Van Allsburg to life. Adults and children enjoy the trip to the "North Pole" and then home to see Santa Claus. Call 1-800-The-Train for reservations
Grand Canyon Railway
From I-40 take exit 163 and drive into Williams to Railroad Avenue (about 0.5 miles and just across the tracks) to the Depot.
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make reservations and to order tickets phone 1-800-843-8724 (toll free)
Passengers select from five classes of train service: ranging from a fully restored 1923 Pullman coach to a glass-enclosed Observation Dome car.
A show is presented prior to boarding. Passengers then board the train and depart for the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. During the summer months, the train is pulled by a real steam locomotive. The rest of the year they hook up a diesel locomotive. Sometime during your journey, you will experience a mock train robbery.
Arizona is known for its beautiful scenery. Riders will see much of this beauty between Williams and the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. A stop-over at the South Rim allows time for a motor coach tour of the Grand Canyon area.
100 Deer Farm Rd, Williams, AZ, 86046\
928-635-4073 or 1-800-926-DEER
The Grand Canyon Deer Farm, is a terrific place for children. You will see a variety of animals and have an opportunity to feed deer right out of your hand.
Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon is a geological wonder, one of the Natural Seven Wonders of the World! Geologists suggest land erosion created this giant chasm, whose layers and strata are naturally “painted” in spectacular colors. The south rim is open all year, and the north rim is open May through mid-October.
“Grand Canyon-the Hidden Secrets”: a 34- minute film presented on a 70-foot-high screen, Dolby sound. Food service and ample parking, open year round.