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Grand Canyon Railway – Observation Dome – Round Trip

Room With a View - Two of the First Class cars also feature an upper-level glass enclosed dome which features more seating. You haven't seen it all until you've seen the panoramic views from an air-conditioned streamliner dome car.

Fresh fruit, pastries, coffee and juice are provided on the outbound journey with champagne and snacks served on the way back. Service of fine spirits is available. It's their goal to make your trip as pleasureable as possible. A passenger service attendant will attend to your every need - from drinks from the bar to a blanket to snuggle in.

Unsurpassed Views
The highlight of a trip on the dome car is the views. You'll feel like you're one with the scenery. The dome car provides the only seat on the train that looks forward. Before dome cars that priviledge was only for the engineer.

The Tunes of the West
Musicians travel from car to car playing the tunes of yesteryear harkening back to times gone by.

The West is Still Wild
Each morning before the train leaves, be sure to catch the Wild West Shootout. Then, keep your eyes open while on-board the train - it's been known to be robbed from time to time.

No Children under 15
Full bar service
High back seating, face forward only
Full continental breakfast is hand-delivered during the morning journey including fresh fruit, pastries, coffee & juice
Appetizers and champagne in the afternoon


Images - Courtesy of The Grand Canyon Railway

  • Grand Canyon Railway departs daily from Williams, Arizona and travels
    almost due north to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
  • This class is not available for children under 15.
  • Hours of Operation/Duration:
  • Feb 1st - Oct 31
  • Williams AZ to the South Rim 9:30AM - 11:45AM
  • South Rim to Williams AZ 3:30PM-5:45PM
  • Nov 1st - Jan 31

  • Williams AZ to the South Rim 8:30AM - 10:45AM
  • South Rim to Williams AZ 2:30PM-4:45PM

  • **The National Park Fee IS included**
  • The trip measures 65 miles and takes 2 hours and 15 minutes each way, 45
    minutes faster than in 1901 when the train made its first trip.
  • Our CoachClass and First Class cars are Handicapped Accessible, with
    ADA-Compliant rest rooms. There are power lifts available at both Depots and
    space on the Train to store most wheelchairs, power chairs and

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