Connecticut Convention Center

100 Columbus Blvd, Hartford, CT 06103

The largest convention facility between New York and Boston, the Connecticut Convention Center is in the heart of downtown Hartford overlooking the Connecticut River and will be the host venue for this year's show. Hartford is Connecticut’s capital and one of New England’s oldest cities. Home to the nation’s oldest public art museum, the Wadsworth Athenaeum, the oldest public park, Bushnell Park, and the oldest continually published newspaper, The Hartford Courant, Hartford is a destination that has seamlessly woven a rich historical past into a vibrant modern city.

HOST HOTEL

HARTFORD MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN

200 Columbus Blvd, Hartford, CT 06103

The host hotel for this year's show is the Hartford Marriott Downtown. The Marriott provides an inside walk way to the convention center for easy access to the expo hall. Don't miss the opportunity to connect with all the big names in the world of handmade bicycles as well as interact with other handmade bicycle enthusiasts. The NAHBS room block for exhibitors and ticketed attendees is limited so don't miss out on our discount for a great nightly room rate! Rooms should be booked prior to arrival of the show at the link provided below or call 877-901-6632

 

PARKING

The Connecticut Convention Center Parking Garage is owned by the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) and managed by LAZ Parking. The parking garage services both the Connecticut Convention Center and the Hartford Downtown Marriott Hotel. Please contact the on-site parking manager for rate information, parking vouchers and/or all other parking arrangements within the Connecticut Convention Center Parking Garage and surface parking lot. Please contact the Parking Garage’s on-site manager by calling the LAZ Parking Garage Office at 860-728-2598. *The LAZ Parking Garage Office of the Connecticut Convention Center is located on the 1st level of the garage from the Center’s main entrance on Columbus Blvd.

TRANSPORATION

We suggest, as always that you ride your bike, but if you must utilize other forms of travel, then you can find local public transportation information at the CT Transit website.