Located in the historic Route 66 Trading Post, this family-owned and -operated shop has been offering authentic Native ... More
Located in the historic Route 66 Trading Post, this family-owned and -operated shop has been offering authentic Native American products for four generations. It specializes, as the name suggests, in turquoise jewelry, but you'll also find a full range of original art, Native clothing, Western wear and hats. Be sure to stop in and see their life-sized poker players, a group of Native Americans, each intent on taking home the pot. The historic significance of the trading post itself makes this shop doubly worth a visit.
This is hands down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows
to mountain passes, and back into history. Trains depart from historic Williams Depot each morning. During the one and ...
The Days Inn in Williams is approximately three miles from a variety of outdoor activities and skiing on Bill Williams
Mountain. From here, guests can take the popular steam engine for daily round trips to the Grand Canyon, which ...
William Sherley Williams has been called the greatest mountain man and trapper of the frontier West. The town of Williams,
a mountain a few miles south of town, and this park were all named in his honor. To commemorate ...