Amway Center Parking
400 West Church Street #200 | Orlando, FL 32801 | (407) 440-7000
The Amway Center is located in downtown Orlando that is part of Downtown Orland Master Plan 3: a plan that also involves improvements to the Citrus Bowl and a new performing arts center. The arena is home to the Orland Magic of the NBA, the Orland Solar Bears of the ECHL, and hosted the 2012 NBA All-Star Game. Because of this stadium’s central location, parking can be overwhelming if you don’t plan ahead. This guide will give you everything you need to know in order to find the best parking there is. We’ll also give you the how-to on the entire parking process, from getting to the stadium, to what tailgating spots to look for, and loads of other resources! Make sure you get the most from your game day or concert experience! We’ll help make sure parking is hassle-free and easy, so you can enjoy yourself.
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The Amway Center offers guests reserved/pre-paid parking in the GEICO Garage (400 West South St.) and Church Street Garage (150 South Hughey Avenue), adjacent to the Amway Center. Reserved/pre-paid parking can be purchased through ticketmaster.com and/or the Amway Center Box Office during regular box office hours. Purchases must be made by 5 pm, the day prior to the event.
Find additional reserved/pre-paid parking for the Amway Center on our Downtown Orlando interactive maps or our new iPhone and Android apps on the City of Orlando website. Also find event road closures and how to pre-pay for parking.
The City of Orlando has identified additional Downtown Orlando parking options that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking rates vary from $10-$20 and are cash only. Please visit the City of Orlando website for more details
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CLICK “DIRECTIONS” IN THE TOP LEFT OF THE MAP FOR THE QUICKEST ROUTE TO AMWAY CENTER.
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Fans are encouraged to support the team before each Orlando Magic home game at the new Orlando Magic Fan Fest at Amway Center on Church Street. Beginning two hours prior to each Orlando Magic home game, fans can enjoy live music, prizes, giveaways and interactive games. Food and beverages will be available for purchase
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SunRail is Orlando’s public transportation and due to popular demand SunRail is starting #NightTrain service on Monday, December 22 and will also include limited service on New Year’s Day, January 1. The extended service is on top of the usual SunRail weekday schedule. During nighttime service, the last train leaving Church St. Station will be at 10:23 p.m.
This enhanced SunRail schedule is designed to get residents and visitors into the Downtown Orlando corridor easily so they can enjoy the numerous events taking place over the holidays at the Amway Center, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and the Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium. And if enough people use it – it could become permanent.
For more on SunRail and the extended holiday schedule, visit SunRail.com
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Convenient accessible parking is located in the GEICO Garage, which is adjacent to the Amway Center. Guests using the GEICO Garage may access the Amway Center via the 5th floor GEICO Gateway pedestrian bridge, which connects to the Amway Center’s Terrace Level (Level 3). Additional accessible parking is located in Lot 9. There are also accessible parking spaces in surface lots and garages in the area surrounding the Amway Center. See Amway Center parking map for more details.
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