Las Vegas Convention Center

The Las Vegas Convention Center is a convention center in Winchester, Nevada. It is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. As one of the largest convention centers in the world, it has 2,500,000 sq ft of exhibit space and hosts shows with an estimated 200,000 participants.

The LVCC campus comprises several halls and an array of event parking lots: the Diamond, Silver, Orange, Blue, Bronze, Platinum, Red, and White Lot. The standard Las Vegas Convention Center parking fee is $10 per day. Daily parking is available in the Bronze and Silver lots of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Handicapped parking is available in Diamond, Silver, Platinum, Bronze, and White Lots.

When paid parking is in effect, the fee is $10.00 per day with in and out privilages.
Cash or credit cards are accepted.
Anyone leaving the Las Vegas Convention Center and planning to return the same day can show their paid parking receipt for reentry. Reentry is subject to availability.
Overnight parking is not permitted.

Getting around the LVCC campus is easy and quick thanks to the Convention Center Loop, a three-station transport service. It connects the West, Central, and South Hall and saves a lot of your time. Instead of taking a 45-minute walk across the campus, reach any hall in a couple of minutes via the Loop system.