Area Attractions

In Chicago, there’s always a new adventure to be had. From neighborhoods instilled with a unique history to journeys that stretch you outside the city limits, the Windy City promises enriching experiences and moments you’ll never forget. A centralized network of L stops and bus routes are just steps away, so venture out and check out the area, like the West Loop, Chinatown, and Bucktown. You’ve got the freedom to explore all of the exciting things to do in Chicago with Hyatt Centric as your starting point.

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100 W. Monroe St.
Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60603

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Downtown/River North/Gold Coast

Millennium Park

No first-time visit to Chicago is complete without seeing Cloud Gate, colloquially known as The Bean; next, lounge on the lawn of the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, and marvel at the art installations at this tourist favorite.

West Loop/South Loop/Pilsen/Garfield Park


Chinatown/Hyde Park

Chinatown

Along with the many authentic restaurants dotting this neighborhood, Chinatown also boasts a variety of shops, perfect for one-of-a-kind gifts.

Hyde Park

You’ll find historic buildings, charming eateries, and The University of Chicago here in this historic neighborhood, located along the lakefront’s south shore.

Old Town/Lincoln Park/Lakeview

Lincoln Park

Stroll through Lincoln Park, including its beautiful gardens, as well as the Lincoln Park Zoo, which always has free admission.

Ravenswood/Lincoln Square/Andersonville/Uptown


Wicker Park/Bucktown/Logan Square/Ukrainian Village

Wicker Park

From vintage stores, to boutiques, to record shops, Wicker Park has it all. Explore this neighborhood from the intersection of North, Milwaukee, and Damen.