HOW TO GET HERE AND WHAT ELSE TO DO!
Travel to Hartford
Hotel (The Conference Venue)
Hartford Marriott Downtown:
200 Columbus Blvd, Hartford, Connecticut, USA, 06103-2807
Tel: +1 860-249-8000
Bradley International Airport:
Distance From Property: 15 Miles
TF Green Airport:
Distance From Property: 95 Miles
Boston Logan International Airport:
Distance From Property: 100 Miles
*Hotel Airport Shuttle: This hotel does not provide shuttle service.*
Bus Station: Union Station
Train Station: Union Station
If using cab or ride-share, we recommend flying into Bradley airport
Things to Do Around Hartford
Be sure to register for our social events Friday and Saturday night, but if you are looking for other cool things to check out in the city take a look at this list!
Pipe and Iron Axe Throwing
1429 Park Street
Experience the pure joy of axe throwing!
Hog River Brewing Company
1429 Park Street
Hog River Brewing Co. is a family-run brewery and taproom located in the Parkville neighborhood of Hartford.
Located with Pipe and Iron Axe Throwing!
CT Science Center
250 Columbus Boulevard
Has a variety of more than 165 interactive exhibits that involve you in everything from race cars to rocket ships, from strength in your muscles to wind in your sails, from brainwaves to butterflies to missions on Mars
1400 Park Street
The first food hall in Connecticut, housed in the former Capitol City Lumber Co.
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch
The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch honors the 4,000 Hartford citizens who served in the American Civil War, including 400 who died for the Union cause. It is notable as the first permanent triumphal arch to be built in America.
Elizabeth Park Rose Garden
1561 Asylum Avenue
Beautiful park with rose garden, ponds, and walking trails.
Lincoln Financial Sculpture Walk and Riverfront Boathouse at Riverside Park
Mortensen Riverfront Plaza, Riverside Park (walking distance from the hotel)
This park is only a half mile from the hotel!
Take a walk along the river and experience award-winning sculpture reflecting the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln. Start at the Mortensen Riverfront Plaza and walk to the Riverfront Boathouse taking in the sights.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
600 Main Street
Founded in 1842 with a vision for infusing art into the American experience, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art is home to a collection of nearly 50,000 works of art, spanning 5,000 years and encompassing European art from antiquity to contemporary as well as American art from the 1600s through today.
The Mark Twain House & Museum
351 Farmington Avenue
The Mark Twain House and Museum was the home of Samuel Langhorne Clemens and his family from 1874 to 1891.