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Williams and Forest Service Visitor Center

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Good information centre for a great little town

Stopped in here for a brief visit to this great little town. Helpful staff and a well stocked gift... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Iain A
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Great place to stopover before Grand Canyon

I stopped here mainly to buy my entrance ticket to the Grand Canyon (GC). I read that if one did... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ho Chi Minh City
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The friendly staff at the Visitor's Center will assist you in making your visit to Northern Arizona one of your most memorable experiences. Not just an information center, this historic railway depot property has Forest Service maps, regional maps...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
200 W Railroad Ave, Williams, AZ 86046-2556
+1 800-863-0546
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Reviewed yesterday

Stopped in here for a brief visit to this great little town. Helpful staff and a well stocked gift shop with lots to see just outside the premises including a mural, and near the railway station.

Thank Iain A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I stopped here mainly to buy my entrance ticket to the Grand Canyon (GC). I read that if one did not want to queue to buy the tickets at the admission to the GC, then we should get it before and this was one place...More

Thank bennett2006
Reviewed 10 June 2018

We got some very good information on what to see and do in the area. Staff was friendly and helpful. They are open 7 days a week and have restrooms. We booked a fly-over of the Grand Canyon through them and some great sites-to-see information.

Thank Mike B
Reviewed 20 April 2018 via mobile

Staff is rather rude and self absorbed. Their own conversations takes priority over guests. Answers are curt, short and not informative. The building is nice and old train station, I guess.

Thank ki0ki
Reviewed 31 March 2018

Helpful staff, lots of free information available on area and surrounding areas. Maps, discount flyers, along with other information available for free.

1  Thank Lucygirl13
Reviewed 26 March 2018

A must stop if you are in the area. Not only do you get great help from the knowledgeable staff but there is a small museum that displays some artifacts from the glory days of the town before I-40 was made. The staff helped us...More

Thank Rich L
Reviewed 21 September 2017

This is where I parked my car, at the back of the Visitor's Center, whilst I visited the Visitor's Center and town. It is free and central. It is interesting to read a few exhibits about the town, however I must have had a 'dodgy'...More

Thank Victoria N
Reviewed 12 September 2017

This visitor center offers a lot of information for the different areas in and around Williams. It's free, offers restrooms, gift shop, historical exhibits and the staff is very friendly and helpful with your traveling questions.

Thank Off-2-seeTheWizard
Reviewed 5 September 2017

This is a worthwhile stop when traveling on I-40 and Route 66. The people at the Visitor Center are very friendly and knowledgeable. There is an abundance of information, some souvenirs available for purchase, and clean rest rooms. Stop by and then take a stroll...More

Thank GLowPetaluma
Reviewed 17 July 2017

We stopped here to get some information about Williams before we went on a walking tour. The staff was polite and helpful. They gave us some great information to help us enjoy our visit.

Thank bwco
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