Directions to the Orange County Convention Center
When traveling to the Orange County Convention Center, we want to make sure that getting here is the least of your concerns. The Convention Center is only minutes from the Orlando International Airport and within easy walking and driving distance of world-class dining, shopping and entertainment options.
There are more than 23,000 on-site and off-site parking spaces within the district and nearly 10,000 hotel rooms within walking distance of the Center. The connecting hotels are just steps away with adjoining pedestrian bridges to get you from your hotel to your event. Complimentary pedicabs are available to transport visitors to the various concourses and four taxi companies are approved to pick up at the convention center.
However you decide to travel to the convention district, we hope our accommodations help make your experience that much better.
Choose your mode of transportation from the list below and we’ll see you here!
Numerous roads, including State Road 528 and Interstate 4, surround the Orange County Convention Center; which means arriving on time and worry-free at your event is guaranteed.
The Orange County Convention Center operates a number of LED message signs along International Drive, State Road 528, Universal and Westwood boulevards and Convention Way. Programmed daily, the signs direct attendees to the closest available event parking.
The Orange County Convention Center operates three parking lots with accessible parking available. All spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. A $15.00 parking fee will apply to passenger vehicles. A $25.00 parking fee will apply to oversized vehicles. The OCCC accepts cash, traveler's checks, American Express, MasterCard and Visa as payment for parking fees.
At the discretion of show management, valet parking may also be available for your event.
Safety tip: Do not leave valuables in your car.
The location of taxi service varies by show. Typically, a taxi stand will be set up in the front of the building. Hours of operation will be posted by the show management.
The following taxi cab companies are approved to pick up at the Orange County Convention Center:
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Diamond Cab Company
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Taking an I-RIDE Trolley is one of the most convenient and least expensive ways to explore the International Drive Resort Area. Trolley stops are conveniently located in front of the West and North/South buildings on International Drive. Trolley passes are available for purchase at the OCCC Guest Services Desk.
For maps and fare information, visit the I-RIDE Trolley website.
The area's public bus system - LYNX - has routes servicing the Orange County Convention Center with connections to the Orlando International Airport and Downtown Orlando.
To plan your journey and obtain the latest fares, visit the LYNX website.
Pedicabs are common in the Convention Center District and can typically be found outside the convention center buildings and in the parking lots. Pedicabs are a convenient way to get around between the convention center and surrounding dining and attractions. Pedicab rides are complimentary; however tipping is customary based upon the level of service provided.
The Orange County Convention Center is conveniently accessible by marked crosswalks and pedestrian bridges. Pedestrian bridges, or skywalks, are connected to the convention center at the following points:
- The Oversight Pedestrian Bridge connects the North / South building to the Hyatt Regency Orlando and the West building.
- The Gary Sain Memorial Bridge connects the Rosen Plaza hotel to the West building, near Hall F.
- The Rosen Centre Skywalk connects the Rosen Centre hotel to the West building, near Hall A.
- The Hilton Pedestrian Bridge connects the Hilton Orlando to the South concourse of the North / South building.
- The International Drive Pedestrian Bridge connects the Hyatt Regency Orlando with the West building, near West Hall C - Level 2.
Safety tip: Always cross at crosswalks, use push-to-walk buttons, and wait for a walk signal before crossing the street. Rapid flashing beacons are available at major crosswalks without traffic signals.