Directions & Parking

Directions

From the North

Major interstate highways connect with the Garden State Parkway south. Take exit 38 to the Atlantic City Expressway.

From the South

I-95 to Delaware Memorial Bridge to Route 40 to Route 322, or via Lewes, Delaware, take the Cape May-Lewes Ferry to Garden State Parkway North, to Atlantic City Expressway. The Atlantic City Expressway takes you right into Atlantic City.

Follow signs for Pacific Avenue on the foot of the Expressway. Make a right onto Pacific Avenue; Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall is located on the left next to the former Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino.

Parking

Arena Garage

The garage is located at the end of Mississippi Avenue and the Boardwalk. Just take the ramp down into the tunnel underneath Boardwalk Hall and make the first right.

  • Rates vary depending on the event and the garage is CASH ONLY.

Atlantic City Convention Center Garage

At the end of the Atlantic City Expressway turn left onto Arctic Avenue, then turn left onto Michigan Avenue and proceed straight ahead into the garage

Wave Garage

Located on Fairmount Avenue between Christopher Columbus Boulevard and Mississippi Avenue, The Wave is a five-story building with six levels of parking and covers 411,690 square feet, including 16,170 square feet of retail space and 1,180 parking spaces. A 54,000 square foot rooftop solar array consisting of 1,677 solar panels and six spaces for electric vehicles complete the 400kW photovoltaic system.

Transportation

By Rail

The NJ Transit Rail Terminal is directly adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center and connects Atlantic City to Philadelphia at 30th Street Station and Amtrak’s Northeast corridor lines. For more information, call 973-275-5555, or visit their website at www.njtransit.com.

By Air

Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) is an easy 20-minute drive from Atlantic City. Scheduled carrier servicing ACY is Spirit Airlines (1-800-772-7117) and United Airlines (1-800-241-6522). Philadelphia International Airport is about 60 minutes away. For more information about Atlantic City International Airport, visit www.acairport.com