How to get to Atlantic City, NJ
For your convenience, please find directions to the Atlantic City Convention Center from the most common locations:
Some visitors choose to fly into Atlantic City International Airport (ACY), which is 9 miles from the city center. Spirit Airlines offers flights to Atlantic City from various places, including Miami, Denver, Chicago, and Tampa. From the airport, a bus service operated by NJ Transit can take you to the city center. Taxis and rental cars are also available. Alternatively, you can fly to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL); it’s 60 miles west of the city. Take a train or rent a car for the one-hour drive to Atlantic City.
NJ Transit runs trains to Atlantic City from Philadelphia. A one-way ticket costs $10, and the trip takes 1 hour 30 minutes. When you arrive at the Atlantic City Rail Terminal, you’ll find free Jitney shuttles to the city’s casinos. Taxis are also available, or you can board NJ Transit buses at the Atlantic City Bus Terminal, just two blocks from the station. Travel from New York City on the train from Penn Station to Trenton, which connects with the RiverLINE service to Pennsauken Transportation Center. From there, you can take the ongoing Atlantic City Rail Line train. A one-way ticket is $21.
It’s easy to reach Atlantic City by car. If you’re coming from Philadelphia or South Jersey, just take the Atlantic City Expressway toll road to the Marina district, Brigantine, or the city center. The Garden State Parkway toll road connects with the Expressway 10 miles from Atlantic City for those driving from New York or Cape May. US Highway 9 is a toll-free, if slightly slower, alternative.
If you prefer to travel by bus, Greyhound offers services to Atlantic City from Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and New York. Expect to pay between $20 and $40 for the round trip depending on your embarkation point.
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Parking at the Atlantic City Convention Center is $15.00
There are 1,200 parking spaces on the first level of the Center (Garage height 7′) for attendees and exhibitors. In addition, numerous public lots and garages are within walking distance of the Center. Please see the appendix for a map showing ancillary parking areas.
Due to fire code restrictions, parking on loading docks, ramps, or on the exhibit floor is not allowed. Vehicles in violation will be towed at the owners’ expense.