Area Attractions

Choose our downtown Indianapolis hotel as your home base and easily discover the best things to do in Indy. From picking up the latest fashion trends at nearby shopping districts to catching the big game at Lucas Oil Stadium, there is guaranteed excitement just steps from our doors. Hop on a bike and check out all the sights like Gainbridge Fieldhouse or tee off on one of the many golf courses nearby. Then head out to one of the popular local bars and restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.

Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

One South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, 46204



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Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the United State's top race courses, opening back in 1909. The IMS is the original speedway, featuring a seating capacity of about 257,000 and a two-and-a-half mile track. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum is located in the infield, is the perfect destination for car lovers!

Gainbridge Fieldhouse

Located only a half mile from the hotel, Gainbridge Fieldhouse is an indoor sports arena located in the heart of downtown. It also hosts big-name concerts and other events.

Brickyard Crossing Golf Course

Located on the grounds of the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Pete Dye-designed course features four holes inside the oval. The course is ranked as one of America's Top 100 public courses by Golf Digest and is always in immaculate condition.

Coffin Golf Club

A challenging layout with dramatic elevation changes make this tree lined course along the scenic White River near downtown Indianapolis a must play. The course offers a view of the downtown skyline with the feeling of playing far from the hustle and bustle of the City. Coffin Golf Club is an Indy Parks Golf course.

Pleasant Run Golf Course

Gently rolling terrain, tree-lined fairways and a meandering creek make this course a favorite. Opened in 1922, it is a classic design that has stood the test of time and offers a good test of golfing skills.

Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium is an entertainment stadium in downtown Indianapolis and home to the Indianapolis Colts. With over 67,000 seats, the stadium hosts several annual events including the Big Ten Football Championship Game, Monster Jam and the NFL Draft Combine.

Victory Field

Victory Field is a minor league ballpark in downtown Indianapolis. It is home to the Indianapolis Indians and with over 12,000 seats with room for an additional 2,000 on the outfield lawn, it is a popular destination for concerts and games.

Family Activities

White River State Park

White River State Park is Indiana's only urban state park which features an array of attractions and year-round entertainment. The park features over 250 acres of green pace, which can be explored via Segway, bike, paddle boats or walking along a 1.5 mile canal.

Children’s Museum Indianapolis

With 1.3 million visitors annually, 12 permanent galleries and nearly 1 million square feet, it’s the world’s largest, period. Check out the interactive Dinosphere and enjoy a ride on the full restored antique carousel.

Arts & Culture

Indianapolis Museum of Art

Featuring over 54,000 works of art, 152 acres of gardens and grounds, the IMA campus offers unique must-see experiences for all ages.

Indianapolis Cultural Trail

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is an 8 mile urban bike & pedestrian path located in downtown Indianapolis. The trail connects a variety of neighborhoods, cultural districts and entertainment amenities. The trail features a variety of artwork placed along the paths.

Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT)

Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) provides many professional theater experiences each season. The IRT performs 10 diverse plays each season.

Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is a a professional orchestra that performs more than 200 concerts each year at the historic Hilbert Circle Theatre and at Conner Prairie Living History Museum, as well as sites around the state.


Explore the Arts District

The Massachusetts Avenue arts district is just blocks away from our Hyatt hotel. Browse through galleries, treat yourself to unique jewelry, shop in the boutiques, catch a performance or relax in a coffee house.

Winter Activities

Newfields Winterlights

May your holidays be merry and bright at the Winterlights festival in the Garden at Newfields. Bring the family or friends for a festive night out under twinkling lights.

Christmas at Indianapolis Zoo

Experience a winter outing on the wild side at the Indianapolis Zoo. From now through the end of December, regular admission to the zoo features extra holiday festivities.

Yuletide at Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is lighting up the stage this holiday season with beloved classics and Emmy-nominated talent.

Circle of Lights

Downtown Indy is “Shining a Light” on your winter festivities, with a magical light installation in Monument Circle that transforms the area into a life-size snow globe.

Jolly Days Winter Wonderland

Bring the family for a day of holiday joy at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Celebrate the wonder of Winter with yuletide activities and visits with Santa.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Bottleworks District

Take a stroll down memory lane in this historical neighborhood, where traditional American style meets new-age needs. The authentic industrial buildings now house restaurants, retailers, and a guaranteed good time.

Fountain Square

One of the city’s six cultural districts, Fountain Square is a hub for entertainment, creativity, and a vibrant art scene. Make your way to this neighborhood for one-of-a-kind experiences, located just south of the downtown area.