Visiting America’s Center

America’s Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown St. Louis close to hotels, dining, attractions, shopping, and public transportation.  The main entrance to America’s Center is located on the 800 block of Washington Avenue.  The Convention Center stop on St. Louis’ MetroLink light rail system is less than two blocks away at 6th and Washington. Parking is available in garages and surface lots throughout downtown St. Louis.  Visit getaroundstl.com to check out and get directions to preferred parking providers.

America’s Center is made up of three levels.  Level one offers six exhibit halls as well as the 100 series meeting room complexes and a variety of pre-function and public spaces.  Level two is home to America’s Ballroom and the 200 series meeting room complexes while the third floor contains the St. Louis Executive Conference Center and the Explore St. Louis offices.

America’s Center offers visitors a wide array of services and amenities including ATM’s, wireless internet service, on-site concierge and restaurant reservation services for most events.  Between sessions you can relax in one of our lounges or public spaces.  If hunger strikes  you can grab a bite to eat in the Center Café or head out the Washington Avenue entrance to one of the many downtown St. Louis restaurants.

To help make the most of your time in St. Louis, visit our Concierge Desk, conveniently located inside America’s Center near the Washington Avenue entrance.  During conventions and events the Concierge Desk is staffed with professionals ready to answer your questions about St. Louis and America’s Center.  The staff is well versed on local restaurants, attractions, neighborhoods, events and all things St. Louis.  We also have a large array of free brochures, maps and the Official St. Louis Visitors Guide available.

We look forward to seeing you at America’s Center.

America’s Center
701 Convention Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63101
(314) 342-5036

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