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Flying to Houston
As the country’s fourth largest airport system, the Houston Airport System serves over 180 cities worldwide, with Bush Intercontinental Airport ranking third in the United States among airports with scheduled non-stop domestic and international service. The Houston area is also served by William P. Hobby Airport.
Travel to and from the airport
From Interstate 45 take North Beltway 8 to the East and follow the signs. From US 59 take North Beltway 8 and travel to the west and follow the signs.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport, 2800 North Terminal Road, Houston, Texas 77032. GPS coordinates: 29.984444, -95.341389. See our map here for street and satellite view of Houston Airport
Shuttle Service: Regularly scheduled bus and shuttle service is provided by various carriers to locations from IAH to Reliant Park/Reliant Astrodome, Downtown Houston, the Galleria, Greenway Plaza, the Texas Medical Center, Westside hotels, the city of College Station and William P. Hobby Airport. Super Shuttle also provides service from George Bush Intercontinental Airport to the surrounding communities via shared vans.
Taxis: Taxis can be hailed through the Ground Transportation employees outside each terminal. All destinations within Houston’s city limits to/from Bush Intercontinental Airport are charged according to the flat Zone Rate or the meter rate.
Travel in and around Houston
Getting around Houston has never been easier. Bus, rail, taxis, zip cars and bicycles are available near the Convention Center at various price points. Click on the links below for complete information.
METRORail (Take any METRO Park & Ride route to the downtown area, transfer to the METRORail Green or Purple and you’ll arrive at the George R. Brown Convention Center in minutes.)
Ride Sharing Services
Parking Near the Convention Center
Downtown Houston offers a variety of parking options from parking structures to several surface lots at a variety of price points. Click here to view parking locations and pricing. Enter George R. Brown Convention Center as your destination and filter for the type of parking you would like. Each parking location has their prices listed.
George R. Brown Convention Center
The George R. Brown Convention Center is located in downtown Houston. It opened September 26, 1987 and was named for entrepreneur, engineer, civic leader, philanthropist and Houstonian George Rufus Brown, who donated much of the land necessary to build the GRB. The center was expanded in 2003 and 2014 and now offers more than 1.8 million square feet of space. The GRB is now connected to the surrounding neighborhoods providing a captivating experience for visitors.
Welcome to Houston
Find information on the sights and sounds of the Houston including dining, nightlife, shopping, local attractions and more.