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Grand Canyon Train Tour from Sedona
Grand Canyon Train Tours
All Aboard! Tour the Grand Canyon on a 65-mile ride aboard the historic Grand Canyon Train.
Your day begins with complimentary pick up at your hotel or resort. Enjoy the incredible views as we make our way to the Grand Canyon Train Depot in Williams, Arizona.
Next we will board the historic, century-old Grand Canyon Train. You'll be entertained by cowboy characters and enjoy the tunes of strolling musicians as train travel from the early 1900's is recreated during the scenic 65-mile journey to the Canyon.
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The train offers wonderful views of the San Francisco Peaks and rolls through valleys filled in wild flowers, dense pine forests, high desert plains, and small canyons. The Grand Canyon Train is one of the best ways left to experience the old west. The train arrives just steps from the Grand Canyon's South Rim.
Coach Class -- The Pullman car has reversible seats allowing guests to face one another with seating for up to 88 people. The cars feature large windows that open for unobscured views and fresh air, ceiling fans, and heat in cooler months. Complimentary soft drinks are served during the journey. These cars are not air-conditioned.
Club Class -- PLEASE NOTE - CLUB CLASS IS UNAVAILABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. The Club Car features a beautiful mahogany bar. You'll enjoy coffee and pastries during the morning journey. Complimentary soft drinks are also served. Please note that this car is not air-conditioned.
First Class -- The oversized reclining seats along with extra-large viewing windows, make for a true First Class experience. As do the fresh fruit, pastries, coffee and juice provided during the morning journey. Complimentary soft drinks are served throughout in these air-conditioned cars.
Observation Dome Class -- 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. Service of fine spirits is available. Minimum age in Observation Dome is 16.
Luxury Parlor Car Class -- The most exclusive seats on the train continue a grand tradition of elegance and extraordinary comfort. Outside is a classic open-air rear platform allowing for timeless snap shots. Fresh fruit, pastries, coffee and juice are provided throughout the morning. The car also features a private cash bar serving fine spirits. The car is air-conditioned for the warmer months. Minimum age in Luxury Parlor Car is 16.
At the Grand Canyon, you'll have free time to shop, dine or just take in the incredible canyon views.
Then your guide will meet you in the bus and take you to the East Rim to a few more great lookouts. As we drive out the East entrance we will drive along the Little Colorado River Gorge into the Navajo Nation. Here we will stop at the Historic Cameron Trading Post before returning to Sedona. You will have the opportunity to browse the Native American artwork and shop for souvenirs. A great day in the west!
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What should I bring and what should I wear for my trip to the Grand Canyon?
You should wear comfortable shoes, a hat to keep your head protected from the sun, sunglasses, and sunscreen. It may be cool in the early morning or evening and can get very hot in the afternoons. A light shirt, shorts, and a rain jacket are recommended in warmer months. It does rain in Arizona so you may also want to carry an umbrella. Light day packs are great for carrying everything you will need and for filling up with all of the wonderful souvenirs that you will find at the many gift shops. Don't forget your camera with plenty of film.
Tour includes free pick-up from all Sedona, Village of Oak Creek, and Oak Creek Canyon hotels and resorts. Minimum age for Observation and Luxury class is 16. Child discount rate applies to ages 2-14 (Observation & Luxury class excluded). Children under 2 are free when seated in an adult's lap (Observation & Luxury class excluded). Please order online or call to order or for more information.
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