Experience Baltimore!

The Baltimore Convention Center is centrally located downtown. Walkways connect many downtown hotels and the Inner Harbor, with its colorful shops, restaurants, and tourist attractions, such as the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center. Oriole Park at Camden Yards, built in the style of the great stadiums of the past, is just across the street, and other popular attractions and hotels are within a short walking distance. With its waterfront location, outstanding public transportation network, and close proximity to New York, Philadelphia, and Washington DC, Baltimore qualifies as a prime destination for convention goers.

GETTING THERE:

By Air
Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is served by many U.S. and international carriers. Various forms of transportation such as shuttle busses, taxis, limousines, rental cars and light rail are available for the short trip from the airport to the convention center in downtown Baltimore. Prices range from $1.35 for light rail to $26 for limousine. Visit the airport Web site, www.bwiairport.com, for full details on ground transportation rates and schedules. Air service is also available at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) and Dulles International Airport (IAD), which are about 1.5 hours away by less-convenient ground transportation. Consult www.mwaa.com for details.

By Train
Amtrak eastern-corridor trains stop at Baltimore's Penn Station, 1.5 miles north of the Inner Harbor. Commuter trains (MARC) stop at Camden Station, one block from the convention center. See www.mtamaryland.com for more information.

By Car
From New York and Philadelphia, use I-95 south, bypass Wilmington, DE, on I-495, then continue on I-95 south to I-395 north. Follow I-395 to the Inner Harbor. From the west, use I-70 east to the I-695 beltway south, north on I-95 to I-395 north. Follow I-395 to the Inner Harbor. From the south, head north on I-95 to I-395 north. Follow I-395 to the Inner Harbor.

From eastern Pennsylvania, use I-83 south to the end of the freeway in downtown Baltimore. Follow signs for the Inner Harbor. You will be on I-695 west for one exit as you approach Baltimore.

Parking is available at the Conference hotels and in other public parking lots in the area.

For more information, visit http://www.baltimore.org/

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