Area Attractions

Nestled between Cambridge and Boston, Hyatt Regency Cambridge offers both family-centric and artistically fulfilling opportunities to explore and relax.

Enjoy easy access to walking, jogging, and bicycle paths that wind along the Charles River’s edge. You can also join our team for a guided morning run or yoga on our roofdeck.

Swim laps in our indoor saline pool with a retractable roof and adjoining sundeck.

Stay active in our 24-hour fitness club.

Discover all the fun things to do in Boston by hopping on our complimentary shuttle with a stop at Kendall Square connecting to the Redline Train.

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Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Overlooking Boston

575 Memorial Dr.
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Popular Attractions

Fenway Park

We’re only 1.6 miles from “America's Most Beloved Ballpark,” and we even offer a complimentary shuttle service to take you to and from the park on game days.

Boston Opera House

The Boston Opera House hosts the region's most active program of top touring Broadway shows, Boston Ballet performances and other high-quality cultural presentations and concerts in New England’s most magnificent theater.

Boston Symphony Hall

The Boston Symphony Orchestra gave its inaugural concert on October 22, 1881, and has continued to uphold the vision of its founder, the businessman, philanthropist, Civil War veteran, and amateur musician Henry Lee Higginson, for well over a century.

House of Blues Boston

One of Boston’s rare breed of venues, allowing fans to see some of the biggest names in music up close and personal in an intimate environment.

Museums & Culture

Boston Tea Party & Ship Museum

This floating museum features live actors; high-tech, interactive exhibits; authentically restored tea ships; and a multisensory documentary.

MIT Museum

This museum features extraordinary presentations of collections surrounding the vast storehouse of knowledge associated with research and advancement.

Boston Playwright's Theatre

Founded in 1981 by Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre is an award-winning professional theatre dedicated specifically to new works for the stage.

Orpheum Theater

The Orpheum was built on the site of the Boston Music Hall in 1852. Orpheum Theatre Boston is a medium-sized, formal seating-only venue with a rich history of live performances. This golden-hued venue seats 2,700 and features some of Boston’s top live events.

Family Attractions

Boston Duck Tours

See Boston by land and see with a tour of all the places that make the city the birthplace of freedom.

New England Aquarium

Meet thousands of aquatic animals during your visit to the New England Aquarium, including the giant Pacific octopus, Northern fur seal and little blue penguin.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

The historic Faneuil Hall is one of the nation’s premier urban marketplaces, full of nationally recognized shops, international restaurants and the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade.

Castle Island

Explore the 22-acre Castle Island, which includes parks, beaches and Fort Independence. The Fort and island are on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

Shopping

CambridgeSide Galleria

This urban shopping center offers more than 120 stores and restaurants, including Best Buy, Sears, American Eagle Outfitters and Gap.

Boston Public Market

This year-round public market features scores of vendors selling local produce, gourmet treats and much more.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace / Quincy Market

This former meeting hall is Boston Shopping at its best, with more than 100 of the finest shops and specialty pushcarts.

The Shops at Chestnut Hill

Stores like Apple, Coach and Kate Spade await you at this upscale, two-level enclosed shopping mall.