The Grand Canyon Railway has been taking passengers on a fabled journey to the heart of one of the seven wonders of the world since 1901. 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. The Railroad was originally built to transport ore in the Wild West from the Anita mines, 45 miles north of Williams, in the late 1800s. Grand Canyon Railway made its first journey to the Grand Canyon on September 17, 1901. The Railway stopped service to Grand Canyon in 1968 after ridership declined due to the rise in popularity of automobile travel and was reopened for passenger service on September 17, 1989, eighty-eight years to the day of the first passenger train to the Grand Canyon.
Tour date: August 27, 2019
$210.00 per person
Reservation deadline: 07/27/2019
Prescott, Prescott Valley, Forest Villa's