KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

The Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee wants to make your visit to Atlanta as seamless as possible. The information you’ll find in Know Before You Go includes, transportation, parking and event specific information. If you’re starting to plan your trip, this is a great place to start. Downtown Atlanta provides countless options for navigating the city and the Super Bowl campus by vehicle and on foot. Here are a few pro tips for moving around downtown.

Plan Ahead

Experience all Super Bowl LIII has to offer, from Opening Night Fueled by Gatorade to Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon. With more than one million visitors expected during the 10-day festivities, please allow extra time when traveling due to special event road closures and detours.

Move Like a Local

MARTA is the best way to travel to downtown Atlanta, with parking available at remote stations, expanded schedules and increased frequency of trains going to and from the Super Bowl campus.

Park and Go

If you plan on driving downtown, please visit ParkSuperBowl.com for parking maps and resources.

Super Bowl Sunday

Fans are encouraged to arrive early. On Super Bowl Sunday, Super Bowl tickets are required for entry at Super Bowl Experience Driven by Hyundai at the Georgia World Congress Center and Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Georgia Hands Free Law

While taking MARTA to all Super Bowl events is encouraged, if you choose to drive, please keep in mind that Georgia has a hands free law making it illegal to hold your phone while driving.

Download The App

Be sure to download the Super Bowl LIII Atlanta – Fan Mobile Pass for the most up to date event information. In late January, visit nfl.com/SuperBowlApp to downloadKeep your cell phones charged to receive important messaging.