Let’s travel again – join us in Richmond, Virginia

Richmond Virginia skyline
credit Richmond Region Tourism

Located within a day’s drive of half the US population, featuring an airport with international and domestic flights and three Amtrak stations, the Richmond region is easy to get to.

Air Travel

With more than seven major airlines flying into the Richmond region, getting to Richmond from practically anywhere has never been easier. Richmond International is a world-class airport that features 200 flights daily, with all major carriers and low-cost carriers Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, and Allegiant, giving you plenty of convenient options. Richmond International (RIC) is conveniently located less than 20 minutes by car from downtown Richmond.

Train Travel

With three Amtrak Stations located in the Richmond region, visitors can sit back and relax as they enjoy their trip to Richmond by rail. Amtrak stations are located just off I-95 at downtown’s historic Main Street Station, minutes from the I-95 and I-64 junction at the Staples Mill Station, and in the north end of the region in Ashland. Arrivals from the north include Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston. Arrivals from the south include Raleigh, NC, Columbia, SC, Tampa and Orlando, FL.

By Car

At the junction of Interstates 64 and 95, the Richmond region is within a day’s drive of half the US population, including major metropolitan areas such as New York City and Atlanta.

Overnight Accommodations

The Delta Richmond Downtown overlooks the banks of the James River in the heart of the city’s business district. The room rate for our attendees will be $139/night. Overnight parking is available on-site for $10/night. Book your room with this special attendee link. The Delta Richmond Downtown does not offer an airport shuttle, but taxi and rideshare options are available.


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