Atlanta Venue – Walker Stalker Con

VENUE

THE GEORGIA WORLD CONGRESS CENTER HALL B

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TO THE GWCC


MARTA:

The GWCC is MARTA accessible via the Dome / GWCC / Philips Arena / CNN Center Station (W-1). A single $2.50 fare covers one-way bus or train trips, including transfers. The GWCC is MARTA accessible at two stations.

For maps and fare information, visit the Marta website.


BY STREETCAR:

Attendees staying in the downtown area can board the Streetcar at one of the 12 stops along the route to get to restaurants, hotels and other local attractions, including Centennial Olympic Park.

To plan your journey and obtain the latest fares, visit the Atlanta Street Car website.

VENUE MAP

Venue map will be released week of the event.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is the venue accessible to those with disabilities?

Yes! If you need additional details, or assistance, please email accessibility@walkerstalkercon.com

Accessibility is a top priority at the Georgia World Congress Center. From parking to the trade show floor, the GWCC is fully accessible to all guests. There are ramps at all entrances, and restroom facilities for disabled patrons are provided throughout the facility.

The GWCC was originally designed to provide full access to guests with disabilities. We offer ample designated disabled parking, several passenger drop-off areas and convenient curb cuts for easy wheelchair access. Other services include Braille instructions on elevators and assistive-listening devices at the Information Desks in the main entrance lobbies.

The GWCC has manual push wheelchairs available for use by attendees while in the building. A credit card is required for a deposit; however there is no rental charge for use of the wheelchair. Wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis and can be found at the Information Desks in Buildings B and C. FedEx Office Business Centers located in the main lobby of Buildings B and C offer mobility scooters and wheelchair rentals.

Does the venue have concession stands?

Yes!