Getting to Orlando

Pick your favorite, there are three ways to get there!

By Air

Located approximately 20 minutes from the  Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld — and the heart of the tourism district — Orlando International Airport (MCO) works with more than 40 scheduled airlines to provide nonstop service from over 150 international and domestic destinations. What’s more, airfares at MCO are among the lowest of the 50 largest airports in the U.S.  Rental cars and multiple ground transportation options are available.

By Rail

If you prefer rail travel, Amtrak provides service via its station in downtown Orlando.  The new Brightline system also runs between Orlando and Florida's southeast coast.

Want to have your car but hate a long drive? Load your stuff (even your harp!) in your car, load your car on the Auto Train and let the train take the strain. Say goodbye to the congestion and stress of the interstate, unwind, relax and actually enjoy your journey. The Auto Train transports you and your car (or van, motorcycle, SUV, small boat, jet-ski or other recreational vehicle) nonstop from the Washington, DC area to sunny Sanford, Florida, just outside of Orlando.

By Car

Florida is served by Interstates 10, 75 and 95. The Renaissance at SeaWorld is easily accessible from I-4.

Conference registration includes complimentary parking at the Renaissance hotel. Bring your car and your harp if you like, and join the fun.

Looking for someone to share the drive and cost?  Check out our optional ride share service!

Orlando is also a great base from which to vacation at the beaches, visit the Kennedy Space Center, historic St. Augustine, and many other exciting Florida destinations.

And once you've arrived, be sure to check out restaurant and attraction discounts courtesy of Visit Orlando, just by showing your AHS National Conference badge!