Discover what Minnesota has to offer while staying at Hyatt Regency Bloomington-Minneapolis. Business and leisure travelers alike will find plenty of things to do in Minneapolis, whether they are adventure-seekers or looking for family-friendly activities.
Keep up with your fitness routine in our gym or relax in our indoor pool. Hear the outdoors calling? Take a short walk from the hotel to the Bloomington Central Station Park or visit the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
Mall of America
It’s a quintessential mall experience you will not find anywhere else. Discover one of the theme parks and various attractions, like Nickelodeon Universe, LEGO, and the Minnesota Children’s Museum. Enjoy Rick Bronson’s House of Comedy, “Minnesota’s home for laughs."
Home to thousands of aquatic creatures, Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium is located inside the Mall of America and is a must-see. The largest underground aquarium in the world invites you to get up close with a vast array of underwater creatures.
Enjoy the football of your dreams whether its Vikings Football, Youth Football, High School Football or year round Youth Programs at the TCO Performance Center. Catch a game or tour the facility. TCO Performance Center is only 6.5 miles from the Hyatt Regency Bloomington.
The Science Museum of Minnesota offers a hands-on approach to science learning and entertainment. It features the Experiment Gallery, an Egyptian mummy, an authentic Mississippi River towboat, a convertible-dome Omnitheater and interactive exhibits for all ages!
Nestled on the banks of the Mississippi in downtown Minneapolis, Guthrie is an American center for theater performance, production, education and professional training. It presents both classical literature and new work from diverse cultures.
A gathering place for all people to share experiences around themes of culture, migration, the environment and the arts, informed by enduring links to Sweden. The American Swedish Institute is vibrant museum and cultural center.
This 193-acre park showcases a 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs and the Mississippi River. Located at the intersection of Hiawatha Avenue and Minnehaha Parkway in Minneapolis, the Falls and its environs are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.