The Savannah Convention Center is easily accessible from most of the Southeast via two major interstates. It’s also easy to reach from most of the country via Amtrak, and even easier through the acclaimed Savannah / Hilton Head International Airport, which offers more than a dozen direct flights from major cities daily.
Known as one of America’s most walkable cities, attendees who plan to travel by vehicle to the Savannah Convention Center have the convenience of ample onsite parking within close proximity to the facility’s main entrances. Current parking fees are $5.00 per car per day; $30.00 per RV per day.
And just a three minute complimentary ride from the Savannah Belles Ferry landing is a convenient connection to Savannah’s famed River Street and Historic District and only a 20 minute drive from the Savannah International Airport via Interstate highways I-95 and l-16.
Savannah’s DOT (Downtown Transportation) system includes downtown Express Shuttles, the River Street Streetcar, and Belles Ferry boats – all free of charge
The free Belles Ferry system includes multiple modern, passenger-only ferryboats. These picturesque ferries, named for women who helped shape Savannah’s history, take passengers from the Trade & Convention Center landing to River Street and back, seven days a week from 7am to midnight.
The free Express Shuttle serves 10 stops throughout the Historic District with brand-new, 30-passenger, ADA-accessible vehicles. The shuttle runs 10am to 8pm, seven days a week.
Also free of charge, River Street Streetcar is an authentic 1930s model, updated to be environmentally friendly and ADA-accessible.