Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, the convention center features 1 million square feet of prime exhibit space and is close to hotels, dining, attractions, shopping, and public transportation.

The convention center is located just 30 minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW) airport and seven minutes from Dallas Love Field (DAL) airport, with several public transportation options readily available. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has a light rail station at the convention center, and a free D-Link shuttle bus to area shopping and entertainment.

Accessibility

To help you navigate the SC Conference and enjoy your visit, the following resources will be available:

  • Accessible registration desk
  • Accessible routes (ramps, elevators, etc.)
  • Accessible and gender-neutral toilets
  • First-aid stations
  • Parents Room
  • Quiet Room
  • Wheelchair-designated seating

Requesting Assistance

If you have any requests to improve your access to the conference we are happy to discuss them with you. During registration, please provide information on your specific needs.

The SC Conference is committed to making reasonable adjustments (e.g., providing interpreters) whenever possible. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Quiet Room

A quiet room is a physical space where conversation and interaction are not allowed, where attendees can go for quiet time, prayer, meditation, or similar activities.

Quiet Room Hours:

Sunday, 8 am–6 pm
Monday, 8 am–9 pm
Tuesday, 8 am–7 pm
Wednesday, 8 am–7 pm
Thursday, 8 am–6 pm
Friday, 8 am–noon

ADA Compliance

America’s Center provides accommodations such as accessible restrooms, entrances, and elevators, as well as handicapped parking on all levels of the parking garage.

Additional Information

The following are available for all conference attendees:

  • Lost and found
  • Coat and bag check
  • Security
  • Information booths
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SC Pro Tip

 

Wear comfortable shoes! The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas is a big place, and you’ll walk a lot.

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