Travel Info

Excellent Demographics & Accessibility 

More than 23 million people live within a two and a half-hour drive from Hartford. No where in the United States are you closer to as many people, except for Manhattan. No matter where your attendees come from they’ll find getting to the Connecticut Convention Center convenient and hassle-free, which will allow you to virtually guarantee attendance, if not increase it significantly.


By car, Hartford is ideally located where Interstates 84 and 91 intersect, at the gateway to New England. Located halfway between New York City and Boston, Hartford is easily accessible from wherever you’re coming from.  Get Directions →



If you’re flying, Bradley International Airport, which was recently named the nation’s third best airfield by Condé Nast Traveler Magazine, is only 15 miles from Hartford. Bradley serves the top airline carriers in the U.S. with 200 daily flights—34 are nonstop routes. Plus, the Bradley Flyer provides quick and easy access to downtown Hartford, seven days a week. There is a designated stop at the Connecticut Convention Center that picks up in the lower lobby. Bradley Flyer Route Map →

Tweed-New Haven Airport flies to/from over 18 destinations currently served by Avelo Airlines. Traveling for business or pleasure, the journey starts simply from New Haven’s growing regional airport, HVN. Fly from HVN and connect to many destinations for less.  Located 30 miles from Hartford, CT. Tweed New Haven Airport


If you’re coming by train, Amtrak stops at Union Station in Downtown Hartford. Amtrak also provides convenient access to New York’s Penn Station. Union Station also serves as the region’s central rail and bus station for service points throughout the country, including New York, Boston, and Washington, DC.