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Grand Canyon Village National Park is the most searched station in Grand Canyon Village by KAYAK users.
Amtrak is the only train company serving Grand Canyon Village.
Fullerton to Grand Canyon Village - 9h 44m
Chicago to Grand Canyon Village - 31h 42m
Los Angeles to Grand Canyon Village - 10h 19m
Albuquerque to Grand Canyon Village - 5h 13m
Grand Canyon Railway uses a variety of different trains to travel to Grand Canyon Village, with many of them being diesel locomotives. All of the passenger cars that are used are historical, including Harriman-Style Pullman cars, Budd coaches that were once used for the Virginia Rail Express, and Buckey O’Neill, which are a first-class option that first served on the Alaska Railroad.
Certain parts of Grand Canyon Railway Station are guaranteed to be accessible for travelers with disabilities or limited mobility, including the public restrooms and ticket offices. Railway station employees are always there to help you with anything you may need, including disembarking the train, retrieving your luggage, and navigating through the station. If you or someone that you are traveling with may need additional help, try to call the station ahead of your trip in order to have an employee ready to assist you.
There are a few different ways for you to travel from Grand Canyon Railway Station to the city center of Grand Canyon Village. If you drive, the trip will only take you about 2 or 3min. Walking is an option as well, and the journey will normally last you around 10 to 15min in total. Keep in mind that public transportation is not available for this trip.
Some of the trains that are operated by Grand Canyon Railway provide passengers with access to free Wi-Fi, while others don’t. Whether or not you will have access to the Internet will ultimately depend on where you are departing from and what train is being used for your journey. Most of the trains used by this railway operator have outlets for guests to use in order to keep all of their personal electronics charged during their voyage.