Arizona State Railroad Museum
Currently under development, the museum preserves the unique treasures of Arizona’s heritage by collecting, interpreting, and exhibiting historic and cultural artifacts related to Arizona’s colorful railroad history. From 1900 to 1968, travelers from around the world arrived at the Grand Canyon rim by train through Williams, a key American West city on historic Route 66. Designated an official 2012 Centennial Legacy Project by Arizona.
Preparation and planning for an anticipated $15 million capital campaign to construct the museum facility.