The Williams and Forest Service Visitor Center Welcomes you to Williams!

Located at 200 W. Railroad Ave. 

Regular Hours: 8am to 5pm, Open 7 days aweek (except for some holidays) 

The Visitor Center's friendly staff is here to assist you in making your visit to Northern Arizona one of the most memorable experiences you will have.  Tour this historic railway depot property, and get your Annual and or Access Pass, information, helpful Forest Service maps, regional maps, and Discovery Maps, and great books.  A great selection of educational items are also available.  The partnership with the Forest Service, Park Service, Public Lands Interpretive Association, the City of Williams, and the Chamber has been a very successful one.  In 2005, we saw our one millionth visitor!  This very active Visitor Center sees well over 110,000 visitors a year, and is proud to promote not only the Grand Canyon, but the communities surrounding Northern Arizona that make this region so magnificent. 

 

Interpretive Exhibits
The interpretive exhibits are informative and educational while sharing the history of our area.  Many of the displays are interactive with buttons to push and doors to open which unveil information.  The exhibits delve into the history of Williams, the Forest Service, Main Street America-Route 66, the Bill Williams Mountain Men, and Native American Culture.  Exhibits also feature the "Kids Corner" and Nature Outings for great educational fun!

Get a copy of the local Visitor Guide and Historic Walking Tour for all the latest activities and attractions to make your visit to Williams educational, full of activities, and memorable.   

Elephant RR Museum Route 66