The Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACCVB) was incorporated in 1976 to promote the New York State Capital as a destination for visitors and convention delegates. ACCVB has been assisting meeting specialists for more than 30+ years, acting as a community concierge to attract and assure successful meetings, conventions and events held in Albany. ACCVB staff works with its board of directors, members, volunteers and other hospitality organizations to contribute to the ever-expanding hospitality industry in the Capital Region and beyond.
ACCVB also operates the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center (located at historic Quackenbush Square, corner of Clinton Ave. and Broadway in downtown Albany) and the Information Desk at the Albany International Airport.
The ACCVB is an independent, not-for-profit corporation and serves as Albany County´s official tourism promotion agency (TPA) as well as an administrator of the Capital-Saratoga Region´s marketing efforts.