Area Attractions

Explore Lexington from the Kentucky Bourbon Trail tours, or attend a fast-paced horse race at Kentucky Horse Park. Distilleries, Craft breweries and wineries are just around the bend, and guests at Hyatt Regency Lexington get a true taste of Kentucky with a short walk across our walkway. Shops, arenas, theater performances and convention space are on the other side of our lobby, while salons, restaurants and an opera house are in historic Victorian Square. Whatever you choose, our hotel near the Kentucky Horse Park is here for your return.





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Hyatt Regency Lexington

401 West High Street
Lexington, Kentucky, United States of America, 40507



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Family Attractions

Explorium of Lexington

This children’s museum features interactive exhibits that are designed to teach science and technology in entertaining ways.

American Saddlebred Museum

Learn about this special breed from award-winning videos while your little ones play in a horse-themed children’s area.

Triangle Park

Attend an outdoor performance on the grass of this popular urban park.

The UK Arboretum

Visit this 100-acre arboretum from dawn to dusk for a two-acre children’s garden and other fun family activities.


Rupp Arena

Rupp Arena is home to UK Wildcats basketball and more than 400,000 loyal fans every year. See a game firsthand or attend a world-tour concert, circus show and comedy routine.

The Red Mile | Kentucky Harness Racing Track

Visit the most famous race track in the Bluegrass Region. The Red Mile is the second oldest harnessed horse track in the country.

Keeneland Race Track

The Keeneland complex is famous for Classic Thoroughbred racing and has also been the proving ground for many KY Derby winners, and more recently the 2015 Breeders Cup.

Kentucky Horse Park

Become an equestrian for a day at Kentucky Horse Park, a family-friendly place with barn shows, horse-drawn carriage rides and a recreated blacksmith shop.


Victorian Square

A fixture for Lexington since the 1880’s, The Square includes restaurants, bars, galleries, museums, theaters, and most importantly, shops.