Area Attractions

While University of Southern Indiana and University of Evansville students add a lively energy, the Indiana town is also an economic hub and tourist-friendly city. Discover unique pockets, like Haynie’s Corner Arts District, along with banner attractions like Mesker Park Zoo and Angel Mounds State Historic Site, as well as the Indiana University School of Medicine-Evansville Campus. All within an easy drive of our hotel.

Hyatt Place Evansville / Downtown

202 SE 2nd St
Evansville, Indiana, United States, 47713



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USS LST Ship Memorial

Tour this docked World War II-era ship, the only operational landing ship tank currently floating in U.S. waters. Most of the year, she’s docked in the Ohio River in downtown Evansville, although she leaves in early fall to tour local inland rivers.

University of Evansville

The University of Evansville – a leading private university in the Midwest – is rec¬ognized nationally for developing students' personal and professional competencies, cul¬tivating critical and creative thinkers, and producing ethical, global citizens equipped to thrive in a world of complexity and change. We accomplish this by attracting and retaining talented and motivated students who succeed within a diverse, supportive, and sustainable environment.

Evansville Regional Airport

Evansville Regional Airport offers competitive-priced connectivity to hundreds of domestic and international destinations with frequent daily flights to five top-rated, major hub cities - Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Charlotte and Chicago, as well as non-stop, low-cost flights to Destin and Orlando. Served by Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta and United, Evansville Regional Airport is an easy and welcoming gateway to and from southwest Indiana, western Kentucky and eastern Illinois.

Mesker Park Amphitheatre

Mesker Amphitheatre is a historic 8,500-seat amphitheater, located in Evansville, Indiana, United States. It contains 5,500 chairback seats and 3,000 lawn seats and is located at Mesker Park, near the Mesker Park Zoo.

St. Vincent Hospital

St. Vincent Evansville is the flagship hospital of a health system in the Illinois–Indiana–Kentucky tri-state area located in Evansville, Indiana and is a level II trauma center. The system was started in 1872 and was formerly known as St. Mary's Health.

Deaconess Gateway Hospital

Deaconess Health System is the premier provider of health care services to 26 counties in three states (IN, IL, and KY). The system consists of seven hospitals located in southern Indiana: Deaconess Midtown Hospital, Deaconess Gateway Hospital, The Women’s Hospital, The Heart Hospital, The Orthopedic and Neuroscience Hospital, Deaconess Cross Pointe, and Encompass Health Deaconess Rehabilitation Hospital.

Vanderburgh Industrial Park

The purpose of this site is to present the The Vanderburgh Industrial Park (VIP) as a location for your new or growing business. The VIP has solid backing and is a well established industrial park in a growing area of the US. It was created and is supported by the combined efforts of Vanderburgh County, Indiana and the Evansville Industrial Foundation.

Ford Center

The Ford Center is a multi-use indoor arena in downtown Evansville, Indiana with a maximum seating capacity of 11,000. It officially opened in November 2011 and is mainly used for basketball, ice hockey, and music concerts.

Old National Events Plaza

The Old National Events Plaza is a 280,000-square-foot convention center and auditorium in Evansville, Indiana that consists of a 2,500-seat auditorium, a 38,000-square-foot exhibit hall, 14,000-square-foot ballroom, and 12 flexible 1,000-square-foot meeting rooms.


Children’s Museum of Evansville

Kids of all ages will enjoy this children’s museum, featuring more than 20,000 square feet of hands-on, interactive exhibits, including a two-story duck, splash on the Wet Deck, and careen down the tallest indoor slide in Evansville.