Train was expensive, but interesting. We paid for the dome car but it kind of was a waste. There is not much to see for the 2 and 1/4 hour train ride but desert. The cabin attendant was nice and the musicians were fun.
Williams Depot is a feast for train buffs and families. There are static displays of train cars as well as other railroad equipment and a variety of engines. Viewing and even going into some of the cars is free. Good place to visit while in town.
we enjoyed traveling first class both ways. I would highly recommend this to anyone that does not want to have NO airconditoining and cramped accomodations. We enjoyed the nice drinks and snacks provided. Our seats were very comfortable, and the scenery was nice.
The train ride was informational and entertaining. Amber Rose did a great job making everyone feel comfortable and aware of the sites, history, and provided excellent instructions. The musicians and staff did a fabulous job as well. If the temperature outside is over 90 degrees, choose the air conditioned car or you will be hot. They pictures taken should have... 更多
We stopped here mostly to do some geocaching but ended up walking around and taking in the sites. We didn't ride the train but the depot is nicely done up, the staff is friendly, and the grounds are well kept. While my boys are beginning to outgrown the trains, they still enjoy seeing them and Williams (and Northern Arizona) are... 更多
We took the ride to the Canyon on a Wednesday morning. Make sure you take the air conditioned one. It might be a little warm if you don't. The train takes off and returns right on time. It was a 2 hour 15 minute ride one way. There is a bathroom on the train. They also have a snack bar... 更多
Train travel in this country is something of a time warp anyway. Throw in the garb and Wild West entertainment and you're in the mood for your rail trip to the Grand Canyon. There is a very good gift shop and friendly staff. Parking is excellent and there is easy access to I40, about 40 minutes from Flagstaff
Lots of souvineers and history of the area. This is where you buy your tickets for the train ride to the Grand Canyon and catch the train there as well.