Area Attractions

Walk out of the hotel and step directly into the fun nightlife scene along 4th Street in downtown Louisville. Located next to 4th Street live, Whiskey Row, and the top downtown attractions in Louisville. Hyatt Regency Louisville is just 4 miles from Kentucky’s legendary horse racing venue, University of Louisville, Kentucky Kingdom, and Louisville Airport (SDF).

Hyatt Regency Louisville

320 West Jefferson Street
Louisville, Kentucky, United States, 40202

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Historical Attractions

Thomas Edison House

Visit the Thomas Edison House, located in historic Butchertown, where Edison lived during his years working as a telegraph key operator in Louisville.

Whitehall

Tour this historic home, built circa 1855 by John Marshall, which began as a modest two-story brick house and was renovated under the supervision of Mrs. Middleton to become the Southern-style Greek revival mansion we know today as Whitehall House & Gardens.

Farmington Historic House Museum

Visit this thorough history museum located in the Farmington Historic House.

Art + Culture

The Speed Art Museum

As Kentucky's oldest and largest art museum, with more than 12,000 pieces in its permanent collection, it features an extensive collection spanning 6,000 years.

Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft

Founded in 1981, this nonprofit organization is dedicated to promoting art and craft excellence in Kentucky, with various works and history on display.

Glassworks

Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, just moments from the hotel, this groundbreaking facility is dedicated to the art of glass.

Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center

Take the opportunity to watch artists in their studios, shop the stores and enjoy dining at one of the on-site restaurants.

Family Attractions

Louisville Zoo

Learn how the delicate balance of limited resources impact each group in this fascinating microcosm of life. With over 1,300 animals exhibited in natural settings, there's something for every age and interest.

Kentucky Science Center

Explore science in everyday life through hands-on exploration, an IMAX theatre and fascinating exhibits. Kids will enjoy educational programs focused on anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health awareness and lifestyle choices.

Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory

Take a visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum Factory and learn how the famous bats are made and how baseball has evolved over the years. Louisville Slugger has been MLB’s official bat since 1884 and the museum gives you the opportunity to design your very own and take it home.

Muhammad Ali Center

The Muhammad Ali Center is an award-winning museum and multicultural center dedicated to the life of the incredible Muhammad Ali. The Center tells the story of Muhammad Ali’s implausible life and the six core values that fueled his journey: respect, confidence, conviction, dedication, giving and spirituality.

Shopping

Oxmoor Center

Spend the day shopping for fashionable necessities at von Maur or Macy's department stores, have a digital portrait made, or dine at your leisure at California Pizza Kitchen or the Centre Fare Food Court. All your favorite stores and services are here.

Mall St. Matthews

Serving the affluent east side of the Louisville metro area, Mall St. Matthews is 1.1 million square feet of more than 30 retailers, including Aeropostale, Ann Taylor Loft, Arhaus, Aveda, bebe, Brooks Brothers, Brookstone, Harold's, J. Jill, Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma.

Jefferson Mall

Anchored by Macy's, JC Penney's and Dillard's, Jefferson Mall has something for everyone –less than twenty minutes from Hyatt Regency Louisville.

Joe Ley Antiques

For more unconventional shopping, try Joe Ley Antiques, with two acres of treasures in an 1890 schoolhouse.

Distilleries

Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse

Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, it’s easy to learn a little about bourbon, enjoy a handcrafted cocktail, bottle your own bourbon, or get something for yourself from the Jim Beam gift shop.

Angel’s Envy Distillery

Angel’s Envy hand-blends their batches of bourbon 8 to 12 barrels at a time, making sure the results meet their perfectionist standards. This distillery boasts a tie to Louisville history with their Bourbon tanks housed in their own little stretch of Billy Goat Strut Alley.

Old Forester Distilling Co.

Take a journey and get a slice of history through a tour of the Old Forester Distillery on Whiskey Row. Or take a cocktail class and learn how to make your own cocktails using Old Forester spirits.

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

Take a step back in time when visiting the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, located on Whiskey Row. Their interactive tour will keep you on your toes, ending with samples and a visit to their souvenir shop.

Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co.

Located on the west side of downtown Louisville, Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. has been putting whiskey into barrels since 1889. Take a tour of their distillery, and learn about their family history in an experience you won’t soon forget.