Area Attractions

Deeply rich in nautical history, Mystic is a quaint waterfront town located along the Mystic River. This city makes a perfect weekend getaway in New England. Whether you are a lover of all things nature, a boat enthusiast or a seafood lover, Mystic has something for all ages and tastes. Stay at our hotel to be amid various exciting locales like Mystic Seaport Museum and more.

Hyatt Place Mystic

224 Greenmanville Avenue
Mystic, Connecticut, United States, 06355



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Local Attractions

Mystic River Boating
Charles W Morgan Whaling Ship
Mystic River Marina Sunset

Mystic Aquarium

Get up close and personal with adorable penguins and beluga whales, hungry sharks, and much more at Connecticut’s Mystic Aquarium. Located less than a mile from our Mystic hotel, the Mystic Aquarium features numerous animal exhibits that give you a new perspective on life above and below the sea.

Olde Mistick Village

Throughout the year, people come from all over New England for family-themed events, cultural festivals, and live music and entertainment. You’ll find unique places to dine, with a wide variety of restaurants and snack shops offering everything from artisan-inspired pizza, to sweet treats.

Clyde's Cider Mill

This seasonal attraction is only 2.2 miles from our Mystic hotel. It’s been family owned and operated since 1881 and is the oldest steam-powered cider mill in the united states. Open for season every September 1st, you’ll taste sweet cider, hard cider, wine, cider donut and a variety of local goods. They even offer cider-making demonstrations and wine and hard cider tastings.

Mohegan Sun Casino

19.6 MI / 31.55 KM AWAY
A world at play and a world to its own, Mohegan Sun offers the best of the best in entertainment. From our 10,000-seat Mohegan Sun Arena and our 350-seat Wolf Den to our upscale, edgy comedy club, we are the premier destination for music, sports, comedy and more.


Mystic Seaport Museum

0.7 MI / 1.14 KM AWAY
If you have a love for the sea and all things maritime, the Mystic Seaport – The Museum of America and the Sea is for you. An authentic and memorable experience awaits the entire family at this unique museum, and it’s all only a ¼ of a mile from our hotel in Mystic.

USS Nautilus Museum

The Submarine Force Museum, located on the Thames River in Groton, CT, maintains the world's finest collection of submarine artifacts. It is the only submarine museum operated by the US Navy, and as such is the primary repository for artifacts, documents and photographs relating to U.S.

Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center

The Pequot Museum is committed to transforming how indigenous culture and peoples are represented to accurately portray a next generation Native narrative that gives greater understanding to the evolution of a new Native voice. Address:

Mystic Museum of Art

Mystic Museum of Art is a museum of American art at 9 Water Street in Mystic, Connecticut. The Mystic Art Association, an organization of artists who painted in the seacoast town, was founded by Charles Harold Davis in 1913. It opened the Mystic Arts Center in 1931 as an exhibition space and museum.

Local Eats

Mystic Pizza
 Mystic Attractions Road Signage
Mystic Bridge

Points of Interest

University of Connecticut at Avery Point

Established in 1967 on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Thames River, UConn Avery Point inspires students with specialized programs that take advantage of our waterfront location and delivers an exceptional education in more traditional areas of study.

Local Wineries & Wedding Venues

Jonathan Edwards Winery

This family owned and operated business was created with the commitment to make great wine and enjoy life more often. Only 9 miles from our hotel in Mystic, CT, this beautiful winery is the perfect spot for a wine tasting, tour, wedding or next event. You and your guests will be in good hands at the Hyatt Place Mystic no matter the purpose of your visit to Jonathan Edwards Winery.

Saltwater Farm Vineyard

This gem of coastal Connecticut brings together two fundamental pieces of the Stonington property’s history—Connecticut farmland and a WWII-era private airport. The result is a stunning winery working to ensure sustainable practices as it cultivates fine wines.