Venue Address: Atlantic City Convention Center | One Convention Boulevard, Atlantic City, NJ 08401 | Phone: 609-449-2000
Convention Center website meetac.com/meet/transportation-directions
From the Atlantic City Expressway
At the end of the Expressway, make a left on Arctic Ave. and then a left on Michigan Ave. straight into the Atlantic City Convention Center parking garage. Another entrance to the parking garage is via the Atlantic City Connector. To take this route, bear to the right at the end of the Atlantic City Expressway and follow the Atlantic City Connector. After railroad tracks take the first exit on the right marked Convention Center/Bacharach Boulevard. While on Bacharach Boulevard, there are four (4) entrances into the parking garage on the right.
From Philadelphia and West
Exit the Pennsylvania Turnpike at Valley Forge, Exit 24, onto Schuylkill Expressway (Route 76 East) through Philadelphia to the Walt Whitman Bridge.
From New York and North
Major Interstate Highways connect with the Garden State Parkway South. Follow Garden State Parkway South to Exit 38 (Atlantic City Expressway). Follow Atlantic City Expressway directions.
From Baltimore, Washington & South
Take I-95 to the Walt Whitman Bridge (Philadelphia). Cross the Walt Whitman Bridge and follow N/S Freeway to the Atlantic City Expressway. Follow Atlantic City Expressway directions.
From Norfolk, VA area
Follow Route 13 and Route 9 to Cape May-Lewes Ferry, then take Garden State Parkway North to Exit 38 (Atlantic City Expressway) into Atlantic City. Follow Atlantic City Expressway directions.
TRUCK TRAFFIC/LOADING DOCK
All trucks bound for the New Atlantic City Convention Center, MUST access the city via the Atlantic City Expressway. At the end of the Atlantic City Convention Center follow the expressway to the right and take the Atlantic City Connector. Take the first exit marked Convention Center/Bacharach Boulevard and Loading Dock access will be to the right. Trucks may not park the last 100 feet on Bacharach Boulevard before the Expressway on/off ramp.
NJ TRANSIT is New Jersey’s public transportation corporation.
Trains are available from Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, as well as points in New Jersey, to Atlantic City with return trips.
Atlantic City is serviced by two airports. The Atlantic City International Airport and The Philadelphia International Airport.
The Atlantic City International Airport is located 12 miles outside of Atlantic City and is serviced by Spirit Airlines. www.acairport.com
The Philadelphia International Airport is located 60 miles from Atlantic City and is serviced by over 30 airlines. www.phl.org