Travel Tips

GETTING HERE, GETTING AROUND

No matter where you're coming from, the trip to Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley is probably shorter than you think. With easy access to many major transportation hubs in the region, you can indeed get here from there, quickly and easily.

By Plane: Downtown Wilmington is just 25 minutes from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and 90 minutes from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI).

By Train: Most trains on the Northeast Corridor between New York City and Washington D.C., including the Acela Express, stop in Wilmington. SEPTA's commuter trains connect Philadelphia, Wilmington and Newark. The AMTRAK train station is located just blocks from the center of Wilmington, at Martin Luther King Boulevard and French Street. Several rental car agencies, including Avis, Budget, Enterprise and Hertz, have offices inside the train station, while Uber and Lyft just a click away. Zip Car is also available at the train stations and throughout downtown Wilmington. 

By Car:The Hyatt Place Riverfront is part of the scenic Wilmington Riverfront, located along the winding Christina River, halfway between New York City and Washington, D.C.

Easily accessible from I-95 and I-495

See Map below for location.

 

Discounted Accommodation

The Chapter has reserved a block of rooms.  The cost for the rooms are $131. plus tax. 

  • Click the link above to reserve your room and go straight to booking website. 

  • Book on the hyatt.com and use Corporate of Group Code G-AIRW

  • Call the hotel directly and mention the Group Name: International Right of Way

Hotel telephone number (302) 803-5888

 

Visitor Information
 The Wilmington Riverfront is a thriving destination offering tax-free shopping and a variety of great restaurants and other local attractions, including the Wilmington Blue Rocks, Delaware Children’s Museum, Delaware Theater Company and Penn Cinema Riverfront & IMAX—all within easy walking distance.
Find more information about Wilmington and the Greater Brandywine Valley.