Area Attractions

Explore essential Windy City from our hotel near Magnificent Mile shopping, downtown Chicago museums, and iconic attractions like Navy Pier and the Chicago Riverwalk, all within walking distance. Discover Chicago’s unique neighborhoods for everything from comedy at Second City to cross-cultural activities in Chinatown.

Hyatt Centric Chicago Magnificent Mile

633 North Saint Clair Street
Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60611



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Downtown / River North / Gold Coast

Michigan Avenue Bridge Lifestyle
Michigan Avenue North View
Water Tower Interior

Chicago Riverwalk

Walk 15 minutes to the Chicago River for a world of waterfront entertainment, dining, bar-hopping, and a marina. Stroll the open-air pedestrian plaza for al fresco restaurants or take to the water for scenic cruises, boat tours, and kayaking.

Art Institute of Chicago

Visit this historic art museum, one of the oldest and largest in the US, located at Grant Park, within ten minutes of the hotel. See more than 300,000 pieces of globe-spanning art in all types of media, including sculptures, paintings, and textiles.

Navy Pier

Head to the Lake Michigan pier to ride the iconic Ferris wheel or visit attractions like the Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Chicago Children’s Museum. Grab a drink in the beer garden, explore the Crystal Gardens, or catch a movie at the IMAX theater.

Millennium Park

Find everything from iconic architecture, fountains, and gardens to outdoor concerts, ice skating, and the renowned Cloud Gate “bean” sculpture at this nearly 25-acre park. Walk the pedestrian bridge to Grant Park or attend a summer festival.

Northwestern Medical Center

Northwestern Medicine is proud to have four hospitals ranked among “America’s Best” by U.S. News & World Report, 2020-21. Anchored by Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the #1 hospital in Illinois and a top 10 hospital in the nation, we’re leading the quest for better care and better treatments in the Chicagoland area.

West Loop / South Loop / Pilsen / Garfield Park

Buddy Guy’s Legends

Catch the blues at this longstanding club where renowned musicians and up-and-coming acts take the stage nightly. Enjoy eclectic blues performances while feasting on award-winning Louisiana-style menus at the full-service restaurant.

Green Street Smoked Meats

Stop by this trendy, yet authentic, Texas-style smokehouse for downhome dishes and house-smoked barbecue, served in a rustic, warehouse-style space. Order up cafeteria-style food and drink and feast on meats with savory sides on communal tables.

Garfield Park Conservatory

Visit this expansive botanical park featuring the world’s largest greenhouse and 12 acres of indoor gardens. See sky-high palm trees, lush ferns, cacti, and lily pads, all in beautifully enclosed spaces featuring intricate artistic glasswork.

Thalia Hall/Punch House

See concerts and live performances at this landmark music venue dating to the 1890s featuring world-renowned and up-and-coming acts. Stop by the Punch House, the legendary basement bar, for daily happy hours and a decadent pub house menu.

Old Town / Lincoln Park / Lakeview

Lincoln Park Zoo

Drive ten minutes from the hotel to this historic 35-acre zoo that’s home to more than 1,100 animals representing 200 species. Located within the beautiful Lincoln Park, the zoo offers dozens of special exhibits including a farm and nature boardwalk.

The Second City

Don’t miss one of the world’s foremost improv comedy destinations, located just ten minutes from the hotel. See sketch comedy and improv performances, shows on tour, or take a class to learn the ins and outs of improvisational and film comedy.

Gallagher Way

Head to this open-air plaza in the shadow of Wrigley Field for year-round events and activities, including concerts, movies, fitness events, ice skating, and food festivals. Visit during the baseball season on game day for fun tailgating events.

Sluggers World Class Sports Bar

Get your sports fix at this two-floor bar and batting cage complex that offers an array of bar games, including skeeball, air hockey, and pinball. Stop by on weekends for dueling pianos and interactive music shows featuring a dancing pole.

Chinatown / Hyde Park

Chinatown Square

Visit the largest Chinese mall in the Midwest where you can shop for Asian goods, eat authentic food, and see inspiring art, including bronze statues depicting the zodiac signs. Learn about Chinese history at the Pan Asian Cultural Center.

Museum of Science & Industry

Explore and learn at the largest science museum in the West located in Jackson Park. Check out interactive exhibits on advancements and the futures of science, technology, engineering, and medicine and see the tech in real-world applications.

Promontory Point

Make your way to Burnham Park on the Lake Michigan waterfront for incredible views of the Chicago cityscape and lake from The Point. Venture into the water for an invigorating swim, sunbathe on the stone shores, or attend a seasonal event.

Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts

Encounter a world of visual arts, music, film, and theater at this multi-disciplinary center located at the University of Chicago. Attend events and exhibitions featuring programming by student and local artists or stroll the outdoor courtyard.

Wicker Park / Bucktown / Logan Square / Ukrainian Village

The 606

Experience the arts and history of Chicago on this 2.7-mile trail located where a rail line once stood. See public art installations, walk or bike the scenic trail, or lounge in the expansive open green space. The 606 also hosts communal events.

Bang Bang Pie Shop

Satisfy your sweet tooth with creative pies and Midwestern-style biscuits at this popular pastry and savory fare shop. Indulge in creative sweet and pot pies or attend a class and learn to make your own version of their fan-favorite pies.

Revolution Brewing - Brewpub

Stop by this trendy warehouse space for inventive pub menus and beers from the state’s largest independent brewery. Try creative dishes with seasonal and specialty brews on tap, unique cask-conditioned beer, or pickup a six-pack to take home.

Big Star

Savor intensely flavored tacos, beer, and bourbon at this classic country and rock-and-roll-themed honky honk. Swig single-barrel and reserve whiskeys or choose from a wide selection of tequila and mezcal to complement creative tacos and tostadas.

Ravenswood / Lincoln Square / Andersonville / Uptown

The Green Mill

Step back into the Prohibition era at this longstanding jazz club and lounge that features nightly music and slam poetry performances. Once the favored club of Al Capone, the Green Mill pays homage to its past with memorabilia throughout the lounge.

Hamburger Mary’s Chicago

Feed your appetite for entertainment at this unique burger joint and cabaret, featuring gourmet fare, house-brewed beers, and a variety of nightly shows, including trivia contests, dance parties, musical performances, and Mary-Oke Karaoke.

Malt Row

Discover the diverse Chicago brewery scene with a tour of the seven craft breweries and distilleries on Ravenswood Avenue. Visit during Chicago Craft Beer Week, stop by for solo tours and tastings, or explore the eateries along the way.

Café Selmarie

Treat yourself to contemporary American cuisine, pastries, and weekend brunch at this upscale cafe. Order signature cakes and cookies from the on-site bakery, indulge in an impressive wine menu, or settle in for cozy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.