Area Attractions

Surrounded by countless things to do in the area, our hotel offers easy access to many exciting Atlanta activities. Take stroll around downtown and check out popular attractions, like the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta’s Streetcar, and the College Football Hall of Fame. Or hop on MARTA, directly linked to our hotel, and enjoy a day of adventure in nearby neighborhoods, like Buckhead, Midtown, West Midtown, or Old Fourth Ward.





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Hyatt Regency Atlanta

265 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America, 30303



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Art & Culture

High Museum of Art

The High Museum of Art displays European and American paintings, African, decorative and 20th century art and traveling exhibits by artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Monet, and Rockwell.

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

Visitors to this facility dedicated to the work of former U.S. President and Georgia native Jimmy Carter are surrounded by nature yet able to enjoy a view of the Atlanta Skyline.

William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

Through its exhibitions, public programs, publications, and resources, this museum explores Jewish heritage in general and how it relates to other cultures and religions.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

This museum includes exhibition galleries and an IMAX theater. Special features include displays of Argentinosaurus, the largest dinosaur ever unearthed and Giganotosaurus, the largest meat eater ever discovered.

Popular Attractions

Georgia Aquarium

Featuring over 100,000 sea creatures, the aquarium is one of Atlanta's premier attractions. There are five exhibits, each with a different theme, plus a "4-D" movie theater.

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

See the history of the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta and America in this world-class interactive museum. Walk in the footsteps of Civil Rights heroes, both through America's history and today.

College Football Hall of Fame

Newly opened in Atlanta in 2014, the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience is an engaging attraction that pays tribute to the history and heritage of the college football.

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Sweet Auburn

This area served as the thriving center of black enterprise in Atlanta from the 1890's through the 1940's. It is the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and the site of black-owned businesses such as the Atlanta Life Insurance Co. and Studioplex, the headquarters for the National Black Arts Festival.

Outdoor Activities

Atlanta BeltLine

A former rail road track encirling the city, the Atlanta BeltLine is now a walking and bike path that's become one of Atlanta's favorite weekend destinations.

Chattahoochee River

Sixteen recreation areas along a 48-mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River have been designated to conserve the river and provide entertainment such as leisurely raft rides and kayaking.

Centennial Olympic Park

This 21-acre site was one of the most popular spots in the city during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. Today, year-round programming featuring concerts, family activities and artists' markets make the park a gathering place for Atlantans and visitors alike.


Ponce City Market

Atlanta's former 1920s Sears building on the Atlanta BeltLine has been transformed into a retail market of shops, events and some of Atlanta's hottest restaurants.

Krog Street Market

A former TV studo and warehouse in Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood is now an indoor market featuring popular new restaurants and shops.

West Midtown

This new and vibrant former warehouse district features some of Atlanta's best dining and shopping, including Room & Board, Jonathan Adler and JCrew.

Peachtree Center Mall

Situated in the heart of downtown at Peachtree Street and International Boulevard, Peachtree Center Mall is connected to Hyatt Regency Atlanta by a covered walkway.