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Grand Canyon Railway Adventure Package

  • Travel the way people have since 1901 during this Grand Canyon Railway tour
  • Take a rim tour by motor coach once you reach Grand Canyon National Park
  • Choose from coach or first-class seating on the Grand Canyon train 
Grand Canyon Railway Adventure Package
From US$147.99
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Coach class rail trip with 1.5-hour tour and buffet lunch; includes National Park Service fee.
From US$165.99
First Class w/ Lunch
First class rail trip with 1.5-hour tour and buffet lunch; includes National Park Service fee.
From US$245.99
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Coach class rail trip with 1.5-hour tour; includes National Park Service fee.
From US$147.99
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With so many different ways to see the Grand Canyon, it can be difficult to plan a trip and pick your mode of transport. This Grand Canyon Railway tour makes it easy and allows you to see some of the most scenic views the same way people did back in 1901—by train. Plus, you can pick from two seating options and upgrade to add lunch at the Maswik Lodge inside Grand Canyon National Park.
What to Expect
This Grand Canyon Railway adventure tour starts at Williams Depot in Arizona. Check in and, before boarding your train, watch a fun Wild West shootout re-enactment in an outdoor theater.

Then, aboard your train, settle into your seat and get ready to journey across Arizona’s northern countryside to the Grand Canyon National Park. As you ride, musicians will stroll by to entertain and actors will perform a faux old-time train robbery.

Once you arrive at the canyon, get off your train and board a motor coach for a trip touring the South Rim.

If you’ve upgraded to include lunch, enjoy your meal at the Maswik Lodge after the rim tour.

Your Grand Canyon tour ends back at Williams Depot after your return train ride.
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Reviews (4,243)
1 - 5 of 4,048 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
This trip is so worth taking. The train ride is fun

We wanted to see the Grand Canyon without driving all the way there so this option worked well for us. The staff is fun and the entertainment is great. We had a great time on this trip. There is a lounge car so you can...More

Thank deanabingham
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Super way to get to the Grand Canyon

We took the train up to Grand Canyon then return to a van on our return with our guide. The train is very very cool. Such a relaxing way of get right to the middle of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. There are...More

1  Thank Wcarv
Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome ride!

I went with family. We were seated in the dome upstairs.The best thing I liked about this trip was the scenery. It is beautiful. It shifts from so many trees, to no trees at all and back to so many alpine trees. The only thing...More

1  Thank tinntina9
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Very Disappointing! Save Your Money!!

We purchased the train ride and the Grand Tour that included the buffet at Maswik Lodge. The train ride was long and, as others have said, the scenery was the same for most of the ride up there. The food on the buffet at Maswik...More

12  Thank JimmyD1891
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great train station package!

Grand Canyon Railway Adventure Package Great train station package! It is on the national registry of historic places. You can stay at the hotel, catch a train to the Grand Canyon and watch an old west shoot out show. It is in walking distance of...More

Thank pchoustontx
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2 December 2018|
Response from chatdad | Reviewed this property |
Depends on what class of service you want. Check out their website for info and reservations. Go to their website (thetrain) and plug in your dates. (sorry can't include the HTML or link per restrictions).
4 October 2018|
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Response from Veronica M | Reviewed this property |
No it takes you to the Grand Canyon and then you walk along the canyon.
28 September 2018|
Response from TR26 | Reviewed this property |
We weren't part of the tour where lunch was included. My experience at the Grand Canyon Cafe for breakfasts and dinners was that yes, a gluten free diet is not hard to maintain there. Our lunch was on our own at their... More
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